July 24, 2010

Penchants

 

At my mom’s house, in the hall between the kitchen and the living room, you will find Shoe Alley.

shoe alley

The reasoning is simple. Put your shoes in the right spot, and you’ll never lose them.

We lose shoes daily.

Actually, Daniel loses his shoes daily.

In fact, once, a few weeks ago, a left sandal was so lost, that I bought a pair of replacement sandals. Same size, style, and color.

Less than 24 hours later, the left sandal was found…  we now have 2 pairs of the exact same shoe.

Speaking of Daniel and his penchant for losing things, I finally replaced the missing Baby Chum-Chum.

What is a Baby Chum-Chum you wonder?

 

baby chum chum

 

Oh nothing, just the little blue fellow that we sleep with every night, bring with us on the trampoline, and share our chair with at dinner.

We were quite miserable until I figured out exactly what Baby Chum-Chum’s real name was, where he was born, and if he had an identical twin brother. (ChungKee from Skelanimals in Blue… I heart you e-bay)

Just the same, if any of you find the original Baby Chum-Chum in your house, please let us know, because as I mentioned before, we have a penchant for losing things. 

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6 comments:

  1. Okay I would definitely no that wasn't mine if I found it over here. I'll still be on the look-out though. I say it's at the Morris household.

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  2. Wow I just realized I typed no instead of know, I'm a little challenged. Baby chum-chum...reminds me of Fanboy Chum Chum, haha. I wonder if they have a skeleton puppy? Kimber would love it:)

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  3. They haven't seen it either. Stupid baby chum chum.

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  4. Our lack of a shoe alley is exactly why my two-year-old has almost as many shoes as I do. Stupid missing shoes.

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  5. Baby Chum Chum is very photo-genic. I am so glad that you were able to find another one. Hopefully you can find the original.

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  6. When my kids were little, the one day that at least two of them would lose their shoes, would be on Sunday morning. Arrrrrrrrrrrrrg!

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