"Feral ~ from feminine of ferus wild: having escaped from domestication and become wild"...




Thursday

Hmmmm...




Its funny how your kids change shape after they leave the house...






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22 comments:

  1. My kids looked like that BEFORE they left!!

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  2. Wow! Does this happen only in feral families? Hasn't happened here. Empty beds here are refilled with something called "grandchildren." They don't look anything like the creatures in your beds.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!

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  3. Thank you for today's comment
    It's been a while xxxxxx

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  4. Ah, Tomez and Dexter Dog have found the perfect new beds!!! What a life!!

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  5. It's also funny they turn 100 percent hairy :-)
    Great picture!!

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  6. Looks like they are going to hibernate the winter away. Love your denim quilts.

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  7. Made me laugh! My kids have changed too.... stuff happens!

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  8. Rob-bear is right. They come back as grandkids, mess up the beds, drag out the toys and eat all the sugar cereal, fill the bathtub full of bubbles and giggles and use up all the towels. Wouldn't have it any other way. But your hairy kids are SUPER cute!

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  9. That is just too cute...wonder if I could come up with something similar for our three hairy babies.

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  10. So cute! When we get this house done I think I'll get some more 'kids'!

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  11. I LOVE your "Jeans" quilt! :))))) Nice they each have their own bed.... :))))

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  12. Loafing invites the soul.......

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  13. Awwwww that is just toooooo stinkin cute.

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  14. Funny how that works isn't it!

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  15. Wow, what a transformation! Cats up on the top bunk of course...LOL

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  16. The kid on the bottom bunk needs a haircut. Just sayin'. :)

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  17. Love your new header!
    Lovely done...our Trym sleeps on his back in our bed all the time
    Majsan/

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