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June 04, 2013

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Ashley

This is the best. Now tell them to make one for Beau. Absolutely serious.

--ginger.

IAKT. Not kidding.

GEW

So cool! Neato, one might say.

Jenny

Awesome creation!

krista - Poppyprint

I'm sorry it's been ages since I've visited and I only have one question for myself "WHY?". You're so hilarious. Awesomely cool self-propelled project ManBoys!

Vicki K

This is so so great - now your husband is up by 1.

marta

"Qualis pater, talis filius"...
"Qualis MATER, talis filius"!!!!!

Jenni @ Just Stuff

This is so great. Have your kids discovered DIY.org yet? It is full of other kids doing projects just like this - very inspiring. I'm banking on it to eliminate "I'm bored" from our vocabulary all together this summer.

Deanna

That is all kinds of awesome.

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