A 45 Minute Story

By Molly Bice-Jackson - 7:28 AM







The End.
The little stinker!!!!!

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  1. ....a very cute little stinker, though!

    =)

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  2. Oh my that is too funny, probably not so much during the 45 minute ordeal.

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  3. SO glad it was at your house instead of somewhere out & about--super cold, etc!

    WOW>
    What an adventure--looks like he was fine with all of it the whole time? Nice.

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  4. Nice! Here they come to save the day...

    Thanks for the smile today, the 45 minute story was nicely set up for a good giggle!

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  5. Oh, NO! How does something like that even happen?! Were the keys inside the car with him or something?

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  6. I love that he didn't seem to care much. I am embarrassed to say this has happened to my children on more than one occasion (and it wasn't their fault!)

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  7. That must have been a very long 45 minutes, but he obviously bore it well. I'm not surprised there aren't any pictures of you. Happy Christmas to all!

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  8. He seemed no worse the wear. Looked like he smiled the entire time. Boys...... What an adventure.

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  9. I love that Lucy is in the background of your first two pictures.

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  10. oh no!! haha! looks like he had fun talking to the officer through the window. :)

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  11. This happened to my grandson in Hawaii one summer. The Sunset Beach Fire Dept. was just about to break the window, when they finally got the door open:)
    Doesn't seem to have fazed Peter:) He looks so cute:!

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  12. I am sorry I laughed out loud at those pictures. What a stinker! A cute little stinker! Glad everything turned out okay. BTW- I love the big poster of Lucy on the Wall.

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  13. I am so glad it happened in the garage and not during the summer! Ugh! And that happened to my mom when she was babysitting for my uncle. Somehow the keys got locked in the car and the baby was in his carseat. Luckily my mom had OnStar and they could unlock the car for her. But she had to go to the neighbors house to use a phone because her purse and keys were in the car. LOL! So glad he is safe!!!

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  14. Him and my Emma can NEVER meet.
    He does not look the slightest bit concerned.....

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  15. Been there... done that! Ha! Isn't it an awful feeling!! Peter looks like he didn't mind it too much! Mine just cried and cried!

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  16. It is a good thing that Mister Peter is such a cute little stinker... the kids never realize what they put their Mom's through until the experience it for themselves as parents.

    At least the men in blue came to your rescue.

    ToOdLeS.

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  17. Oh too funny....loved the picture of him in the car... and the reminder of sweet Lucy in the background.

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  18. Reminds me of seeing the look on your face at age 4 or so when I walked out of the garage just as you and Nathan put the in car gear and took it on a joyride down the driveway. Oooh! That was a scary one!!

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  19. Holy heart attack! He seems so calm and non-chalant. I love you guys. Just wanted to make sure you knew. :)

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  20. Molly, I know it's just angles, but have you noticed how in that first pic it looks like Lucy is looking down on him smiling? Maybe it's more like angels than angles.

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  21. Been there done that. More times than I would like to admit. :(

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  22. Oh what a scare for him...although, he didn't look like to shook up...was he, at all? :)

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  23. I love the pictures...they all speak for themselves! =)

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  24. Been there...done that...TWICE...in the heat of an Arizona summer. Car was running though, with the A/C on both times...STILL very embarrassing!

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