Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - Finished Christmas Postcard




Jennifer @ Mom Spotted said...

HAHA! I love it! I'm glad to see my house isn't the only one that TRU threw up in.

If only they let us regift it.

heather@actingbalanced.com said...

We do a clean out every year before Christmas and take the gently used toys to the children's hospital, local shelters, goodwill or freecycle it for that very reason...
Love the pic and the card :)

Night Owl Mama said...

YEP looks like we have the same santa problem like you...we tooo do like heather and donate. I'm in the process this week of going through toys. People who can't afford Christmas shop at good will and find wonderful affordable gifts for their children and it's a true blessing for them

not to mention its a tax write off for me

Aleksandra Nearing said...

Oh my word! That's so funny! Maybe this would be a good year to intruduce the concept of spring cleaning and donating? :) My daughter recently watched a Boz the Bear show where they were spring cleaning and she busted into the house (she was watching it in the car) with a "mommy, did you ever spring clean, we need to get some of this stuff OUT of here, can I have a box?" She picked out 10+ toys of her but at the end of the night they were back in her toy box with a "oh, I still need this. We can clean YOUR stuff out." LOL :)

Dee said...

LOL! Yep...thats what my whole house looks like!

~ Noelle said...

that is too cute
we are getting rid of some of his bigger toys to make room in his room

Danielle said...

Love it. I ask myself this same question all the time when I get stuck leaning up the millions of toys around our house! lol! I am lobbying for a toy less christmas! lol!

Kim - Mommycosm said...

Looks like our playroom!

I would love to use this photo in a Christmas video I am putting together over at my blog.

See here for info:

Would it be OK to use? You would receive FULL credit, of course.

themommy at mommycosm dot com


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