Wednesday, November 11, 2009

New Trick


Abigail just figured out how to take apart the tray of her highchair.

4 comments:

"Nina" said...

Caption: 'I did it all by myself...it's magic!'

Uma and Wil said...

This is when having a dog or two around comes in very handy. A whole tray full of food getting dumped on the floor is exactly how my boys got fat.

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