Pumpkin Farm Adventure #4: How to scale a fence

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Step #1: Assess the situation

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Step #2: Hike up your left leg precisely two inches from the ground

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Step #3: Rest while determining new course of action

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Step #4: Look adorably sweet

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Step #5: Look at your Mom with pleading eyes

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Step #6: Break eye contact

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Step #7: Give your Mom one last chance to help

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Step #8: Then stabilize your upper body

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Step #9: And carefully extract your head from between the fence rails

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Step #10: Admit defeat and stand up

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Step #11: Then sweetly touch your ear as requested by your Mom

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Step #12: And then take off

The End

(17 months old, October 2008)

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2 thoughts on “Pumpkin Farm Adventure #4: How to scale a fence

  1. I love to look at the pictures of your son. He has the cutest looks. I started realizing how many pictures you take of him and thought… oh, I’d better tell her now so when the other children come she won’t get hit with “why are there so many pictures of #1 and hardly any of the rest of us.” So, you may want start preparing for the same amount of pictures now. I still get reminded by daughter #4 of how few pictures there are of her! (My sister #3 also said this to my parents… she sore she was adopted. “}

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