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Whose toy is this?

We have a toy problem.

With four cats and a toddler running around, all with their own toys, you might imagine the mess.  I've mentioned that before.  But that's not the problem at hand.

Our current toy problem is that the cats and the child are getting confused about which toys belong to which party.  
Molly, our fluffy little cat, is a frequent offender. Last night, she took off down the stairs with a bunch of Grace's favorite Fisher Price Roll Arounds.  So I guess it was only fair that Grace found the cats' squeaky mouse toy this morning and trapped it inside her shape sorter.  
Maybe I should look at it differently.  Really, the cats and the baby are sharing their toys. Â Isn't that nice?  
So I should be able buy only half the toys from now on, because they'll share.  Right?
Yeah, I doubt it, too. 

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6 thoughts on “Whose toy is this?”

  1. Ha ha ha! Peabody’s favorite was always the bumbo seat. But he liked the bouncer too. Peabody loves Jesse’s legos as well!

  2. Ha ha ha! Peabody’s favorite was always the bumbo seat. But he liked the bouncer too. Peabody loves Jesse’s legos as well!

  3. Molly sure looks like she has claimed that toy! 🙂 Just popping in to say Hi from the giveaway. Good luck! For your daily dose of vintage goodness & a bit of silliness, stop by Confessions of an Apron Queen

  4. I think Ruthie is too good for “borrowing” Ladybug’s toys. She doesn’t even play with her own, so I stopped buying them for her. She’d rather chase her own shadow, then she’ll stop and act all dignified, like she wasn’t doing anything so silly.

    Although Ladybug sure does like to show her “affection” for Ruthie!

  5. I think Ruthie is too good for “borrowing” Ladybug’s toys. She doesn’t even play with her own, so I stopped buying them for her. She’d rather chase her own shadow, then she’ll stop and act all dignified, like she wasn’t doing anything so silly.Although Ladybug sure does like to show her “affection” for Ruthie!

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