Monday, June 09, 2008

Hot Off the Press

Family Newspaper written by my 10 year old daughter E.






When I read the second page aloud to T, my 4 year old son, he started to cry...."You're not going to send that to Suzy are you?". I think he has a tiny crush going on. He wants everyone to know he really does wear pants.

12 comments:

MereCat said...

squeeeee! That was HYSTERICAL! E is quite the creative one. Even manages in a little tabloid human interest story about HER BROTHER! Oh snap!

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

Too, too funny.

Also, you won the book! Pop on over and send me your pertinent info so I can get it in the mail.

Fold My Laundry Please said...

I can't keep pants on my four year old either! We walk in the house from running errands and withing milliseconds - BAM - he's running around in his undies leaving behind a pile of socks, shoes and jeans in his wake! At least I've finally got him to start leaving his shirt on!

alissasanderson said...

Awesomeness.

But, to be fair, I think I wouldn't wear pants around the house, either, if I didn't have to.

Suzy said...

Why does T treat me better than any man I've ever dated? Please don't tell him I saw it because I'm seriously thinking of marrying him and I don't want ANYTHING to get in the way of our obvious true love and dedication to each other.

Seriously, that was so adorable I almost started to cry.

Lainey-Paney said...

Awwww. cute.

Karen MEG said...

That was priceless... I particularly like the editing on the last page, so cute.

Hey, and at least the Dad put the AC in and got it working, albeit perhaps a little too well LOL!

Stephanie said...

This is adorable, and a definite keeper. I wish our newspapers were that happy and cute!!

Misty said...

Oh! That is too cute! It is snowing in the living room. By the way, when can we go swimming.

I love kids.

Family Adventure said...

Is it just beause she is a GIRL that she'd come up with something so creative to do with her time?! My boys would never in a million years think of writing a family newspaper.

I love it, and I know you'll treasure it forever. Poor T might see the humour in it, too - in about 20 years' time :)

Heidi

WillThink4Wine said...

How fabulous is that! A journalist in the making.

Anne said...

I hope she continues with a regular subscription. She is great. Poor T.