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@givvmistamps wrote: I was told when my youngest was a toddler that the really active ones that get into so much trouble are the ones that will end up being really successful in their careers.
That's if they make it that far, some days that's in doubt in my household!
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My almost 3 yr old is infatuated with picking things. He likes to check on the baby pumpkins which are next to the tomatoes that are still green. He picked 4 green romas and 2 peppers that weren't ripe yet. I guess it's fried green vegetables tonight for dinner!!
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