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Can he ride if he has a ticket?

May 19th, 2008 at 01:21 pm

Well, I'm in the midst of planning for the trip - I have two suitcases in my living room, as well as a bin for shoes, a bin of food, a bin of picnic supplies, a bin of DVDs/books/etc. I have limited "friends" (dolls and stuffed animals) to one per person. I am assuming that my children will buy at least a stuffed animal as one of their souvenirs.

My five year old comes down with a bin with his five favorite friends. Two are Build a Bears, three are webkinz. I said he could bring one. He went away sadly saying to them, "But you are all my favorites."

The three year old comes down with a laundry basket filled to the brim with every last stuffed animal from the room (a dusty Elmo, a Bob the Builder with bad batteries that scares them when it talks, etc. etc.) He smiles and says, "My friends."

I said "No - no way - there will be no room for you. Nope!"

Five year old to three year old, "I have my allowance. How much is a ticket to ride?"

I might let them bring two.

2 Responses to “Can he ride if he has a ticket?”

  1. sagegirl Says:

    Aren't they cute when they do things like that? My 4 year old has to bring a toy (usually a hot wheel or superhero) anytime we go in the car--even if it is just to the store. By the weekend, I have to empty out my car into a bin. Smile

  2. creditcardfree Says:

    My girls are the worst with stuffed animals and trips. Even my oldest who is 11.

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