Elvis was there? heheheee
Leave it there for a while and enjoy those finger prints!
It's something only a grandmother could love! Even cherish.
Grandmothers are much more tolerant of peanut buttter finger prints on window panes :)I am with my almost two year old grandson for his birthday this week! He is a chatterbox and I'm having so much fun with him!
We have lots, and I do mean LOTS of similar handprints around our household. I try to remember that poem about cherishing them now because they'll soon be gone as the babies grow up. Sigh. It's going too fast, Nanny.
It is hard to wash those off, isn't it? The precious little hands that made those prints will be all grown up before we know it!!
that is sweet...so much better than the doggie prints I have on mine...
Don't wash them just yet!So sweet!
So very sweet. Something grandmothers understand. Smiles.Dottie
Oh how I remember those times of cleaning little fingerprints off of EVERYTHING.... That is such a cute picture... You gotta love 'em...Hugs,Betsy
This photo makes me smile.
Ha ha ha! Too funny!
oh my goodness...that is so funny and so true. I hate it when the chair in the kitchen get all gooey. Who wants to was down their chairs every day.
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