Tuesday, June 21, 2011

A Fathers' Day card by Rachel

Once we work on the spelling a bit, I fully expect her to begin a career in the section of Hallmark that makes the snide greeting cards.

The front of the card:


The inside. (I think she gets her sense of humour from me. Seriously.)


But wait, there's more!


Coupons! They start out as your standard kid coupons:


Awww, she's going to make him breakfast:


And he can come and watch her soccer game:


But then I think that she thought that perhaps she wasn't getting enough out of the coupon deal. Et voilà, a coupon good for the chance to take her for ice cream:



And the pièce de resistance:



She'll go far, this one.

15 comments:

  1. Fabulous. She has a great head on her shoulders!

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  2. Shes such a character!!!!!

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  3. She starts out with kindness and then goes in for the kill. Oh yeah, she'll be fine!

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  4. Soften them up first - always works!

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  5. I'm glad she was thinking of herself too. :-)

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  6. I'm showing this to Eve. Then I'll tell you what she said because I can't think of a good comment and I'm pretty sure she'll have one.

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  7. You will be SO HAPPY you have saved this masterpiece!!
    (Not sure she will be though :-)

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  8. That`s my Rachel! :)

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  9. She is your daughter indeed.

    I love this kid.

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  10. Allyson,

    Didn't I give you the password to my blog? Email me and I'll shoot it over.

    Apathy Lounge

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  11. See how layered and methodical her logic is? I love this.

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  12. This is adorable! Great post! I'm also loving the Back seat turtles post! I was wondering if I could feature your blog on our New Parenting blogger community http://www.atomicreach.com/microsite/sillylittleones

    If you are interested in learning more about this please email me at annettewong@atomicreach.com

    Cheers,
    Annette

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  13. she reminds of my best friend, who when parting ways with someone she has met for the first time says "i'm so glad you got to meet me". classic!

    -Meanie

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  14. Thanks for all the comments! I really don't know what I'd do for blog material if I didn't have Rachel. She's an original, for sure.

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  15. A - think I read a story about you in an old magazine (2009)

    Am I off base? Have any clue what I'm talking about?

    shoot me an email: jessalogic@yahoo.com (I can't find your contact addy!)

    (This has GOT to be the weirdest comment I've ever left!!!)

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