Friday, November 21, 2008


Jacob's Halloween witch he made at school...he hates crafting now, so this is precious to me :) .

My goofball Jacob, making a Crabby Patty on the Lite Brite.

We woke up to a bit of snow this morning, but I don't think it will last. The weekend is forecast to be around 2C, and that is supposed to carry into most of next week.

Kylie wanted me to leave the pumpkins up...she likes it when they start to rot and their lips curl in, making them look like old people who forgot to put their teeth in lol.

Part of my squirt lid collection. I don't know why I felt the need to take a picture, but I did it anyway. Admit it, you were wondering why I haven't mentioned my collection in a while. Point of interest: my mom noticed that something in her cupboard had leaked onto her basket containing her own collection of squirt lids...while most *sane* people would just throw the lids away (she has 2 baskets full, so would she really miss a few?) she took them all out and carefully washed them and their basket, then lovingly put them all away.

I laughed so hard I nearly peed myself.

Now my mom is cursing me because she is reading this and doesn't know how to leave a nasty comment to get me back...rofl...


Mamma Schmoo said...

What kind of non-squirt bottles do you turn into squirting bottles with said lid collection?

Nico said...

My Dylan loves lids too. He would rather play with a lid than a toy :)

Kylie's Mom said...

LOL...I'd rather play with lids, too. They make great checkers when you lose one from your set :D .

Mamma Schmoo: Oh...salad dressing bottles, soy sauce bottles, water bottles...squirt lids are just so versatile. You never know when a your favourite bottle will change its dispensing system and you will need that old lid ;) .

Neonjake said...

Some people collect coin, some stamps but this is the first time I have heard of squirt each his I say.....I collect masks.

mackey said...

Squirt lids?
I guess it is a good idea to have a few around:)