Tuesday, July 12, 2011

An Important Message

Do you remember these letters?  We had them when I was little and I can remember them being on our fridge.  I bought some from a thrift store for W when he was very little and he liked to play with them.  They've been packed away for years and I came across them when we moved and brought them up to the kitchen.  They've been a source of entertainment ever since.

The boys make all sorts of messages and whenever we have company over people seem to find it hard to resist making some sort of message.  Sometimes I'll make one...

only to have it changed into something different the next time I come into the kitchen.
The messages get changed with surprising frequency and quite often I find myself giggling at what I read on our fridge. 
FYI - that message was not done by me (therefore not MY breath) and, as far as I know, not done by our dog either.  Hmmmm....

8 comments:

donna!ee said...

heather, thank you, thank you...always good to include laughter with the start of each "crazy" day AND you've definitely caused me to grin & giggle!!! :)

Sarah said...

Maybe it WAS the dog. That would be something to brag about. "In my house, even the DOG is literate!"

Shell said...

I remember those letters :o)

Love this post.

xxx

LaelShine said...

Aww,now I need some! That'd be fun to read what the family had to say..educatinoal too,lol

LaelShine said...

Aww,now I need some! That'd be fun to read what the family had to say..educatinoal too,lol

sheila said...

Ages and ages ago, Max wrote "Oh no! Not soup again!" with our letters.

You can wilt flowers with your breath, eh? Well, I have a Classified Military Weapon in my family, when he's in the toilet.

daisy said...

Too cute! We have them on the inside of our front door and use them too. Enjoy!

Katherine said...

hee hee

That's boys for you!

Mine like to leave handwritten messages on doors for me to find first thing in the morning (and they're not love notes, either... usually some kind of warning or special request... but they always make me laugh). Gotta love our guys for being so clever with words, huh? ;o)