The Toymoon is Over Already?!

The Toymoon is Over Already?!

 

Winnie the Pooh puzzle

 

You’d think 6 days after Christmas my son would still be playing with his toys. They are NEW toys after all.

You’d think he’d still be in the euphoric throws of his toymoon. I mean, the plastic is still off-gassing. The glue’s even still tacky – despite the trip from China. Now, the batteries are dead, but don’t get me started on that!

But no, he’s watching television. Guess the toymoon’s over!

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Jennifer McCullough

http://www.mommyhooddom.com

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