Monday, August 20, 2007

you talkin' to me.....


give it up for Cinderfella in the middle

I wonder if any of the Princesses in Disneyland need a 5 year old bouncer.

8 comments:

colie-o said...

HA HA HA HA HA, I am truely uncontrolably laughing right now. The kids are here with me and I am trying to explain what is so funny, which only makes it seem funnier to me. haha, this is a GREAT picture. I haven't been on blogger in far too long as I need to update my blog, but reading yours is just so much fun!! I miss you!

Dona and co. said...

Very funny! THAT is a great picture. Did you pay Deli and her friend to look like they are in fear of being bounced? You should save the photo and revisit that pose with Tess and her bridesmaids in about 20 years. Truly. And yes Nicole does need to update her blog.

Lindsay said...

That is too funny. She looks so happy, kind of like when she was at my house. How old are those other kids?

Toad and Sue said...

from left to right the ages are 4,3,5,3,2.5

I should mention that Adelle is the shortest kid in her class at school.

Anonymous said...

Grandma sees a true 'nature' princess reigning confidently here over and above any disney types and I'll join her in bouncing anyone that doesn't 'give it up for the Cinderella in the middle'!

Granda and Heidi said...

Dear Tess,
We could use some of your chutzpah right now; Taya doesn't want to play princess with Elle and refuses to dress up.
Love,
Granda

Rachel Jones (I don't have a cool name) said...

Oh my gosh! I about peed my pants, that is the funniest picture! She is great! You have to frame that one! Rachel

chattypatra said...

I was a club bouncer too in Kinder. My best friend would fight with the boys at school. Whenever I saw her running towards me during recess, I knew I had to put on a very serious face and look ready to pounce.

Why? She'd hide behind me and taunt the little boys she had tormented, "Why don't you hit me now, huh? C'mon!"

They were furious but, of course, I was taller and built like a linebacker, so they'd threaten to get to her later and leave. I'd then ask her, "What did you do now?" "Oh, nothing", then she'd happily go and play.

She was the most beautiful girl in our class, so she always had people in her pocket. She died five years ago. Please make copies of that great picture for all the girls in it! They will treasure it forever.

Thanks for sharing.