5 Minutes in the Life of An Escaped Baby Convict

Watch me squeeze my huge head through a 2" opening.
By smashing my face against the mesh. Only hurts for a sec.
See, not so bad! Especially when you have a Superman onesie on.
I pretty much always escape unnoticed. I attribute it to my skill, but I think it might have more to do with birth order.
Toliet...now flushed...and flushed...and flushed again.
Erector set pieces...dangerous small parts. Second only to the toliet.
Costumes. OH, look...
A Mafia-style hat. Couldn't be more perfect.
Inserting erector set pieces into sister's dollhouse.
Toilet paper.
Hunting for end-of-crime-spree-snack in garbage.
All good things must come to an end.


  1. He seems to be in the exact replica of the little toddler boy in the "I'll Love You Forever" book.

  2. Hey Sarah,
    Just wanted to let you know that I got your response. Thanks for commenting on my blog too. ;)
    One more thing- my daughter that is turning 7 this week is OBSESSED with snuggies. I didn't enter your giveaway because she wants a pink and red one that I bought the fabric for. And like you, spent more than what they are advertised for. What is up with that? Kids are F-U-N. Thoroughly enjoyed your Snuggie!

  3. Patrick is soo cute!

  4. Loved following him around after the escape! Fun clean up for mommy too!

  5. I am surprised he didn't throw some marbles down to divert your chase! What a stinker he is!

  6. This was a great post! The toilet paper! I can totally relate!

  7. Sarah, this is sooooo cool. I have tears in my eyes as I think of all you have been through and all the blessings you have yet to come. It is an honor to have been a small part of your family. Thank you for trusting your care to us! It was great to see you today!!