Gracie found her Musical Sit ‘N Spin in her toy box this week.
She’d didn’t remember it, so it was a brand new toy for her.
She spun until I thought she should be dizzy.
When she was done spinning, she beat it like a bongo drum.
And then, she tried spinning atop the handle. That didn’t work very well.
Out of the blue, Grace decided that Nemo wanted to Sit ‘N Spin. He couldn’t be left out of the fun.
Nemo wasn’t very good at holding on, though, so he got the boot.
Next, Nina and Emma rode the Sit ‘N Spin.
They weren’t good at holding on, either, so Grace hugged them.
When the babies had had enough, they took a little nap. Grace covered them with pot holders little blankets so they would stay warm.
She didn’t say so, but I’m pretty sure that this could be subtitled, No More Pictures, Mama.
I’m submitting this to Works for Me Wednesday because hiding toys in the toy box works for me.
No, really. If you hide some of the toys in the toy box long enough, the kids will think they’re brand new when you pull them back out. It works like a charm, every time.
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