Day 34 of 365

** Always check pockets before doing the washing! **
These are Samuel's jeans with a shopping list, the co-op dividend card, my £5 change and a Chinese symbol for Fortune!!
They had been in there for over a week!!

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  1. Wait 'til he's a bit older ... goodness knows what you'll find then!

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  2. I have 2 sons, both grown up men now, but when they were younger,I never knew what I would find in their pockets. One loved (and still loves) animals,snakes etc..., so I was always a bit wary of checking his pockets. :).

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  3. he he joshy normally has crumpled up pictures and a few tissues and maybe the odd lego brick!

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  4. I love washing money in pockets. DH frequently leaves it for me as well. Can't wait unitl the boys are bigger then lol.

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  5. Do you get to keep whatever you find? My son use to keep small critters in his pockets and I use to hate to check them.....:-) Hugs

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  6. I found a guitar pick in my college girls jeans! My son Nick likes to stuff important notes from teachers and updates on his grades so I forget to pull them out of the pockets! Yikes! I have collected gum, money and many assorted treasures! The rule is finders keepers, losers weepers!

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  7. LOL I have washed all sorts of things including Joes phoe!!!!

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  8. Oh Liz sweetie...
    I am so laughing at this picture of Samuel's pockets. Those were the days. I so remember going through the boys pockets before wash.

    I have to share, one year we had lots of rain, and we had little frogs everywhere. They boys were out there all day just playing with the little 50 cent piece sized frogs. They had so many of them. The following Saturday, I went to do the wash, guess what was in their pockets? Yep, you guessed it, they were saving them for another day to play with. Minds of little boys.

    I loved this memory. Thanks for helping me remember the pockets of little boys. I love this post sweetie.

    Country hugs and much love...Sherry

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