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June 06, 2013

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Leslie Fehr

Love seeing the pictures of James and Henry! I've got some of my children playing in the kitchen cupboard - and I mean really inside it LOL They loved pulling out the metal measuring bowls and the spatulas and playing drums. I do think it's a right of passage for all children.

Lisa

I have a snapshot of my husband (age 56) that his mother gave me. Yep, it's him in a little cloth diaper on the kitchen floor surrounded by pots and pans and an open cabinet door. Some things never change :)

Donna

Love seeing your adorable boys! In my family, my mother would open the cupboard with the pots (this was before plastic containers were so ubiquitous) & give baby a big wooden spoon. Then we older children would applaud the "music" baby made. Leslie's remark about baby IN a cupboard reminds me of the time my first grand seemed to disappear into thin air (it was right around his first birthday). We looked everywhere in the house & were starting to really panic when one if us thought to open the cubby in his dresser. And there he was -looking at us with a big grin on his face. When my daughter came home & we described our panic, she said, "oh yeah, I should've told you how much he likes to hide in there. Sorry."

Sue

One of mine's cupboard play involved a spilled canister of flour, and the other managed to open maple syrup! Yes, we have pics, and it was totally worth the cleanup!

Lynn

The second one always reached milestones sooner. I know mine did. My two are three years apart, a boy and a girl, but she found a way to keep up with her brother! All while wearing a pink tutu!! My son was more interested in the door opening and closing than the interior of the cabinets. However I have a picture of my daughter sitting among the pots and pans!! Your kids are SO cute!!! And I agree, it goes fast. They tell you it does but you dont realize HOW fast. I look at your kids and it doesnt seem that long ago that mine were that age. Meanwhile my son is a freshman in high school and my daughter is starting middle school in the fall!

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