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It never ceases to amaze me, all the funny stuff Micah comes up with, on a daily basis. Last week, he asked me if he could play "skeletons", thinking this was a new game he made up, as he often does, I inquired... "What is "skeletons"? Is it a game?". He quickly informed me, "skeletons" is not a game, they are "just tiny bones in your body", then he proceeded to laugh at me, because of my apparent lack of knowledge about "skeletons".
Micah is constantly making up new games to play, "Moneyball", for instance. (One of the best games ever, in my opinion)
Moneyball is easy to learn and can be played with any number of players. The directions to play "moneyball" are simple...
Hubby says we should start recording all the funny stuff Micah says and send it in to America's Funniest Home Videos to win their big cash prize at the end of the year, which would be all fine and good, but I am pretty sure that show is only airing reruns. Luckily, there is a way to try to win prizes for the funny stuff your kid says.
I am excited to be working with American Home Shield, the country's leader in home protection plans, to tell you all about their new contest, Kidstructions: How does it work?! Starting now, through March 14, you will have a chance to win some awesome prizes, just for sharing a video of your kid explaining how everyday household items work. The funnier, the better.
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