Turned my back…

Long enough to clean up a spilled drink and this is what I find!  Suffice it to say that someone likes to climb and isn’t afraid of much. 

In other news on the Bay Bush, my camera has left the building.  I have looked every where I can think of trying to find it.  I have searched my car 4 times and even took all the toys out of the toy box in hopes that Avery put it in there….not that she puts any of her toys in there.
Perhaps this is a sign that its time to delve into the world of the digital slr.  I want one but being the accountant that I am, I just can’t justify spending that much.
I really want to find that camera.  One of the last pictures I took was so pretty of Avery.  McKenna will pose for me all day long but its rare to get one of Avery when she’s actually looking at the camera and smiling. 
Any suggestions of where else I can look?  I am losing sleep over this.
We went on a little walk this afternoon.  It would have been a cute photo opp… You may be seeing crummy camera phone photos for a while on the Bay Bush.

0 comments on “Turned my back…

  1. Ha! My younger daughter used to play in the dog water when I wasn't looking. 😉

    To answer your question I cook chicken in the microwave when I do casseroles like this or if I'm really really in a a hurry. Not often b/c it kind of dries it out a little. I just put the frozen chicken breasts on a plate, cover with a paper towel, and microwave on high for about 5 minutes. After that I take the paper towel off and keep microwaving it for 2 or 3 minutes until it's cooked. Easy for casseroles like that b/c they'll be in sauce anyways…

    Sorry to take up your comments with my rambling. You may want to think about adding your email address to your Blogger profile so people can respond to comments directly via email. When your comment showed up in my inbox, it's just listed as "noreply-comment@blogger.com" b/c you don't have your email enabled…just a thought. Many bloggers are quick to return comments that way. 🙂

  2. That picture of your girls is amazing!

    Oh, and my one year old has learned to place her push toys in just the right spots so that she can climb on window sills or get onto the couch and then try to climb over it. It is terrifying…

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