Tennis Shoes (or tennyshoes; I’ve heard it both ways)
These girls are just too cute! So I thought I’d share.
Lydia and Elizabeth compare accents:
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I followed a link to L & E from Tough Bananas, where Jan and Amanda described Canadian money in a vlog of their own. It’s cute too!
Oh, you have to watch this one too!
I will stop now. But cute!!
(and Michael Scott quote, so awesome!)
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Am I adoptable Grandpa material?
You’re right about the uncle thing, but I still say you’re too young to be Grandpa. Well, technically we’re neither of us TOO young to be grandparents, but I’d like to think we have a good 15 years or so before we look old enough to be someone’s grandparents.
Aww yeah, they’re so adorable!
Btw, I call a pill millipede, a pill millipede! But I never knew they existed, until some 6-7 months ago when I saw them for the first time. Do you call them Roly Poly?
At first I thought it was unusual that you hadn’t seen one until you were an adult, but then I wonder maybe they just aren’t that common in some areas. But I don’t think I’ve seen one in years either. We called them both Roly Polys and Potato Bugs when we were kids. We used those both interchangeably. When I got older, I also called them Pill Bugs. I still call them all three names, not sure which one will come out at any given time. 🙂
That’s probably it. Not that common hereabouts I guess.
It’s like sparrows. We had so many of them when I was a kid, but you can hardly spot one anymore!