Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside (I)

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Friday 14 March, 2014 by Uncle Spike

This week’s first entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge is of our very own Cousin Spike Jnr when he was small enough to stuff into a bucket. Oh I can just hear the ‘bad parenting police’ on their way 🙂

Hope you enjoy this entry.

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41 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside (I)

  1. I thought babies were found under cabbage leaves. 🙂

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  2. lmarieallen says:

    The look on his face is priceless. “You’re not really gonna lock me in here are you?”

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  12. newbloggycat says:

    Awww…too cute *(^____^)*

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  13. Adorable photo of an adorable baby.
    I used to carry one of my daughers in my laundry basket, so I won’t tell the ‘parenting police.”

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  14. fredrieka says:

    mom said there used to be a doll call garbage babies, not sure .. but woof … take the lid off..

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  16. kcinaz says:

    I know the little cousin spike jr is thinking — Please let me out of this silly inside. Parenting 101, never stuff your child in the empty mop bucket.

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    • Uncle Spike says:

      After a year of stuffing said kid into small places, guess what, they learn to do it all by themselves (cupboards, boxes, waste bins, laundry basket) 🙂

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  18. Another contender for the cuteness award.

    janet

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  21. K.Z. says:

    awww! cute!! 🙂

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  22. Hee! Hee! 😀 fun shot!!

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  26. That’s really a lovely shot… 🙂

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