Monday, February 18, 2008

The Ghost and Miss Mary

A ghost and his helper came to our home yesterday....










The Ghost (AKA Ammon the Destroyer) is seen here climbing over the dutch door of his room. Ammon and his companion, Mary, found the baby powder. They had a bit of fun... See here:


They are sooooo fast, I was out of the room for no more then 3 minutes. When it was very quiet, I thought I had better check on them. Little stinkers... Well actually, they smelled pretty good, like a little baby's clean and fresh little bum bum!

Dad

6 comments:

~Miss Nelson said...

Too cute!!! That made me smile!

Tim & Sarah said...

How cute!

Anonymous said...

I think you are amazing people! I only have 1 autistic son and am awed by you. My son's room looks JUST like the pics in People mag!

Kathy

Anonymous said...

Take a look at this article:

http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20080217/favaro_carly_080217/20080217/

It's about a 13-year-old girl with deep autism who learned to communicate by typing. I think you'll find it interesting. :)

One who picked up the fork said...

I love it! WE just bought a carpet cleaner with our tax check because of messes on the floor. In the past 24 hours we've had pudding, yogurt, juice, two kinds of chips, and partridge in a pear tree. *laugh* I never thought to take a picture. ONe we kids got into a big lar of coolaide and we were throwing it in the air. WHen it hit our eyes we'd rub them. After a few minutes of this we looked like white and red racoons. *laugh* My mother took a picture. THen as always after fun comes the clean-up. Keep smiling!

One who picked up the fork said...

Thought I'd add another. Our two year old learned how to open the fridge. This at first was nota problem. However, I was too tired from a long day at work and an even longer evening with the kids and the twins. SOooo she got up in the middle of the night, grabbed the bag of shredded cheese, and treated it like it was confetti. I had to wait for the stuff to dry out before I could vacuum. *sigh* Wish I had a working camera