The odd things my kids do

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There are times that I will walk into a room and find something sorta strange.  It’s just kinda left there with no explanation or indication of who was responsible.

The other day I walked into the upstairs hallway, and this is what I found.

It’s like a torture rack for stuffed animals..

We actually use this thing as a gate to keep the dogs upstairs at times.   The stuffed animals are obviously the boys stuffed animals. 



Anyway, I’ve come to expect this type of thing.  Sometimes it’s amusing and other times it can be a little creepy.  It’s always interesting to see how they think and what they do when I’m not watching. 

This is the animal rack…….

Do your kids do anything like this?



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I know when I was a kid I was one of those kids that wanted to take apart every electronic device I had because I wondered how it works lol. My dad would actually bring home stuff for me to take apart.

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AMDuser that’s A+ parenting in my book.  Always good to foster the imagination and healthy exploration.  🙂