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Things we find….

Inside the Children’s Encyclopedia of the body:

We have no idea how long it’s been there, but I think it’s being used as some kind of bookmark.

It’s a Kashi TLC cereal bar.

Ironically, it was left next to the section on “feeding”.

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About Flannery

Kid, husband, dogs, my mother, full-time job, maximum stress, minimal relaxation...sooner or later I had to vent. AND we moved from California to Texas. I could start a whole other blog about that.

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  1. That’s pretty funny! I once found a card from an uncle’s funeral in a book. Don’t know if I was using it as a bookmark but interestingly enough that uncle died on the same month and day my son was born. (not the same year of course)

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  2. Karla (Mom2MissK)

    Bwahahaha! That is exactly how I feel about kashi cereal bars too!

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  3. Well?? Did you eat it? (This is a fair question for someone who has been dieting.)

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    • Ugh, gag! The best part is when I asked Connor why it was in the book, he said “I don’t know, it wasn’t me.” He eats those cereal bars like they’re M&Ms.

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  4. That’s not ironic at all. . . but it’s funny!

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    • I guess I thought the irony was that food was shoved in the middle of a book, in a section about feeding, but wasn’t eaten.

      Thanks for pointing out that I’m not even as smart as Alanis Morissette.

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  5. UGH @ feeding, which is not to say the picture wasn’t cute. Just–blah to thinking about feeding kids.

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  6. Ha. I hate those things. Blech.

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  7. I thought this kind of stuff only happened to me!

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