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Pictorial of a Wednesday Morning

When his brothers are in school, Cole, aka, Destructor, does his best work…


He played with his train “traps” (tracks) on the bottom stairs for 10 minutes.


Next, he dumped out his Duplos for the umpteenth time this week. I had to build a house so the orange garbage truck could get its trash.


Cole decided to pull out the iron-die-cast crane, a garbage truck, and a bulldozer. They were watching for monsters…”rawrrrrr”.


In selecting cars just right for his plan, he had to remove all three drawers from our truck/car 3-drawer tower. Had to.


After that, he played with his other garbage truck, and his scooper/dump truck. Oh, and the top of our light bulb changer-thingy. Don’t ask where he found that. I have no idea. Kid has mad skillz….


He ended with a few random toys spread over the coffee table. See him scurrying from the camera?? Me thinks he didn’t want to be caught red-handed.

All of this was accomplished in 2.5 hours, during which he was sporting a fever of 101, and was requiring my ever presence by his side.

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