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the eric update - day 987: a few of odin's most favoritest things.

frozen blueberries and french toast have always been a favorite way for odin to start his day, but today we surprised him by giving him a new knit hat and scarf made by mamma! while we thought it was a good bet that he'd appreciate them we had no idea that he'd refuse to take them off for the whole day and tell everyone he met that his mamma made them. over. and. over. again.

and you'd be right if you guessed that he didn't want to take them off for his nightly bath. or even for bed.

we'll see if he feels the same way about a knit sweater when he's thirteen :-)

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3/06/2007 09:07:00 PM 0 comments


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