Thursday, January 22, 2015

Snake charmer

Emma is hard on her toys, but this giant, squeaky snake has survived several months of play mostly intact.
Even more surprising, some of the squeakers still work! 
Running and squeaking. 
Breaking its neck. 
Emma means business.
If this was a mouse, it would be dead. 
S is for snake. 
Squashed S is for squashed snake. 
 This can go on all day.
January 2015

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