1.04.2012

In Pieces

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"Some" assembly required?
3 hours later...

Good thing she loved it.
Thanks Grandma and Grandpa.


Black and White Wednesday  and then, she {snapped}

10 comments:

Adrienne said...

Oh my. Can't say that I miss all that! Did it make a little kitchen? Trying to guess what it became!

Pieni Lintu said...

Looks interesting! :)

Melanie said...

Hahaa... Sorry Nessa I just realized how silly I am. Duh. You didn't change your name. Ok. I get it now! Lol) Daddy & MOMMY are still putting Jaxy toys together from X-mas.

Mallory said...

Ours took about 4 hours to complete. We officially felt like we had a kids when we were putting it together.

Em S said...

All those things should read "all assembly required"...

Heidi said...

Ummm, holy smokes (not really the word I wanted to use...)! This picture makes me exhausted and angry all at once.

Tanda said...

I can totally relate to this picture!!! Thanks for stopping by themaguirehouse today. Love your blog!
Let me know if you want to swap buttons!

Genie said...

Your photo and your few words were all that was needed to bring back memories of the nightmares of assembling things for Christmas. The night before was always a killer....seldom did we get any sleep...and then when we finally collapsed they were up ready to open their goodies. Easy Assembly.....FALSE ADVERTISDEMENT. genie

Cari from Bubble Gum on my Shoe said...

That's a play kitchen isn't it? Oh sure they're fun, assembly, then you fill it up with all that playfood that gets gnarled to bits. Yep, not surprised the grandparents are responsible for this...it's always the grandparents. Good luck, I'll pray for you, luckily my children are done with this phase.

What I meant to say is she'll play for hours with that sweet lil play kitchen, great gift:-)

I'm going to my room now.

Carol said...

Wow! I remember doing that a few years back. I sat there completely overwhelmed by the instructions which were so poor. It is nice to know that you can take all those pieces, and with time put them together in to something that is beautiful and functional...metaphor for my life right now.