Thursday, November 20, 2008

Where Jackson's Socks Go

Every few days, I have to use this "sock fetcher" (a used wrapping paper roll) to collect all of Jman's socks. EVERY nap starts with socked feet and ends with bare feet. And this is where they go: between the wall and the crib rail. Heaven forbid he do his sock-tossing over the outer edge of the crib, where retrieval is much less of a hassle. It's his thing, God love him.

6 comments:

Emily said...

Maybe that is where our socks are... I will have to investigate..

Tessa said...

Okay, this is the Mrs. Safety kicking ... is that the electric heater on the wall? Be careful one of those socks doesn't get stuck in the heater and start a fire! Very cute nonetheless!

Sherri said...

Hmm...I should check my cell phone to see if Brody is calling Jackson after we go to bed to plot against us. And what is up with them not wanting to keep their socks on?...Little stinkers!

Tessa said...

Good morning Tricia,

Steam heat .... ahhhh ... I feel much better. We also have steam heat (through radiators) and we use it all the time to WARM our socks. Thanks for easing my mind! :)

Lepus said...

Good Man, Jackson.
People that sleep in socks are not to be trusted. ;)

Tiffany McCallen said...

It must be a disease of 17.5-month olds. Noah does the exact same thing... every nap...every night. But he (thankfully) usually deposits them somewhere in his crib. Only a few have gone to no-man's land behind the bed.