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the eric update - day 615: odin wonders why he can't just play in the street.

we're trying to convince him that playing in the yard is much more fun, but he's steadfast that playing in the street is the funnest thing a toddling toddler could do.

i have to admit that it's kind of cute to see him devise tricky strategies to foil us in our attempts to corral him.

i wonder if anyone makes toddler-safe radio fences? joking!

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3/12/2006 10:32:00 PM 1 comments


Now there might just be a market for such a device.

Of course, if it could keep unwanted toddlers out as well :)

By Blogger Patrick Quinn-Graham, at 5:21 AM  

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