Admittedly, I deserve the milk dyed yellow, the newspaper in my shoes, the toilet water dyed green and the Cheerios switched with the Mini Wheats. I am a year round prankster and have raised a whole crop of sillies who follow in my footsteps.
But maybe I should have told Xander where his backpack was hidden just a bit earlier, instead of rolling on the carpet, delighted with his anxiety. Because after kissing the little ones good-bye and racing to grab my camera for an early photoshoot– I found that my camera bag was gone, gone, gone.
Only a trip to the school me frantically racing into in the sixth grade classroom saved this photoshoot:
I thought I’d eliminated all the food dye from the house (their weapon of choice) until I saw my carnations turning green. Hmm, didn’t see that one coming.
But Xander and I formed enough of a truce to play tinfoil battleship in the wheelbarrow (with the water dyed green, of course).
and he won, every round.
Oh, those babies are adorable! I can’t wait to see more pictures of them. I would also like to know more of their story.
Oh my goodness…we were so brave putting those 2 babies next to each other. You make it look so easy from the photo. And tell Xander I think he definitely wins the April Fools contest!
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