I seem to recall a lot of Barbies tied to the stairway railing. Don't worry.
So much better than TV, video games or internet! =)I hope the rest of you are staying well. xoxox
Too much Wallace and Gromit? Lol
I have to laugh sine we have several GI Joes who have faced a similar fate.
Poor Oliver! He hates being confined...
Boredom is good for the creativity muscles.
more brilliant than disconcerting. far more.
I agree with Maggie May. As usual.
He's an unfettered emotional explorer. Wonder what poems and art installations he'll be creating when he's fifteen or so... As for those Barbies tied to the bannister, they probably asked for it!
Yeah, brilliant. xo
I think it's just brilliant, and a good way to get his boredom and frustration out of his system.
Fascinating in a Peter Rabbit sort of way. In the story I root for Peter but I find myself rooting for chicken pox boy in this version.
Hahaha! My brother did stuff like this when he was a little boy. He grew up to get his PHD in engineering and designs rocket engines and stuff like that. He is an extremely caring individual, too, and a marvelous brother.