(...чи Хансакеры в Херсоне?)Stories and photos from the daily life of "the Russian Hunsuckers". . . in Ukraine!
He's going to keep you on your toes! Not unlike two very literal little girls I remember. :)
When Ty was learning to count, he asked me for some cookies. I took him to the cupboard and said, "Here, you may have ONE. .. " and he jumped right in with "Two. . . " :-DWay to stay literal, Jaan!
Thanks for posting the pictures of Leetra. (I couldn't get to that comment site for some reason.) Raia doesn't look as much like Leetra's "baby" picture as I thought she might. But, you can still see the resemblance! Love to all!
You're too fast! I haven't posted them yet (except as drafts). You must have caught a glimpse as I was doing that. I'm waiting for Leetra's permission.
Oh, how funny! I wondered where they went! Well, I got a good look! It must be because I get on so early. I get to see things first!
The pictures still show up on the photostream so I checked them out. I was thinking about Jaan's comment and remembering a time when I warned you and Leetra to "watch your head" as we got in the car and the response from one of you was "but I can't see my head!"
Hi, Phyllis! The photos are not on the site. What's up with that? I got the notice on my email, however.Kids really are funny with their "literal-ness". I remember asking one of my kindgergarten students if he was "pulling my leg". He looked at me so funny and said, No, Ma'am, Mrs. Hunsucker!! I'm not!!! (:
The resemblance is uncanny! That is so neat! And the pic of Leetra is posed just like the one of Raia. That is so sweet!Laura :)
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