Friday, November 13, 2009

Hiding

This morning I left the children in the playroom and went to the bathroom.
When I came out, the children were nowhere to be found...
I looked in every room upstairs, and then I heard whispering coming from the linen cupboard...


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12 comments:

Lisa said...

They keep you on your toes, don't they :)

Perfect partners in crime.

I'm glad you found them quickly :)

Eveymartine said...

Sooooo cute! They are such lovely children :-)

Valerie said...

It's been so gorgeous to have all these videos of late - I love that you had to be sad because Avery was in there all by herself and the way she asks "What's wrong with my girl?" -these are the cutest children and I love them so much.

Tony said...

These videos are so very lovely.

Marie G said...

Please keep up with these blogs, I love them. It would be rather nice if some of the other family who we don't see very often could do the same?

SuzanSayz said...

Josephine, I didn't realize you had an accent. I loved listening to you! I loved the video even more. Such sweet happy little siblings showing so much love for each other. It's been so long since I've been a mom with very young children and the video made me realize how much I loved the daily interaction with them.
Btw, thanks for your comment and for your views on Robert Pattinson. It's funny because I thought that he and Kristin Stewart were the only attractive ones in the whole film. Oh I also thought the actress playing Alice was really cute. The rest of the "Vampires" were just plain wierd looking and some of them like the ones playing Jasper, Esme, and especially Carlisle, were just plain ugly. In a way it somewhat ruined the movie for me. In the book they are all supposed to be so impossibly beautiful. Especially Rosalie and Carlisle. The funny thing is that the pictures I've seen of the actress playing Rosalie, as she really looks. She was very pretty but made up as her character Rosalie she wasn't attractive at all. The guy playing Jasper was not only ugly but he mostly just stood around with his eyes wide open looking like some kind of idiot.
Who ever did the casting for that movie should be fired.
Hmm. I guess I don't need to do a new post today. I've already written one here. tee hee

Meriaten said...

that was so, so precious...and I love hearing your voice and they way you interact with them, too. I miss those days already - and they weren't that long ago!

Joey said...

I love how you still speak the Queen's English -while Avery could be one of those cute kids from Sesame St. :)

Nancy said...

I love you and your British accent. Robyn is gifted in Drama and does many accents. She has you down perfectly...sometimes I say, "Be Josephine for me"! I love the accent so much... very comforting.

Alex said...

Adorable.

Diana said...

Oh boy! I've found your blog! The kids are so cute. Looking forward to keeping updated with your family!

Anonymous said...

You not the expert?