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the rules: Frizzle can chew a train track if Oscar can put her leash on godzilla, and go in and out of her crate. She is not allowed to play with cars so they are lined up safe on the chair. Frizzle has to catch things Oscar throws.

it worked really well but Frizz tried to take Godzilla for a walk.
26th Aug 2009, 23:16   | tags:,,

Factotum says:

It's only fair that she gets to be on the other end of the leash every once in a while.

26th Aug 2009, 23:30

nige says:

Look how big Oscar is getting! Incredible. Bigger than Godzilla even.

26th Aug 2009, 23:34

540air says:

sounds like a fair trade :)

26th Aug 2009, 23:40

I love that first shot particularly

27th Aug 2009, 13:42

beth says:

think you inspired someone http://www.moblog.co.uk/nin :)

27th Aug 2009, 15:13

crickson says:

A great set of shots : )

27th Aug 2009, 16:28

Spiderbaby says:

Ahhhh. Godzilla can handle anything!

28th Aug 2009, 04:11

Puddlepuff says:

Frizzle is the dog right? :)

28th Aug 2009, 08:00

swamprose says:

ha! good one, puff. they share the same world.

28th Aug 2009, 13:08

Factotum says:

That's a very fine blue bus Oscar's got there, BTW.

28th Aug 2009, 18:21

hildegard says:

Yep, your Oscar's definitely done some growing. Frizzle too. :)
A fine & noble toy car collection, BTW.

28th Aug 2009, 20:45

swamprose says:

yes, I also like the car collection. It goes back to my childhood (the blue bus) and through my kids (that's Bertie, the tank engine) and now on to Oscar.

28th Aug 2009, 21:48

FilbertFox says:

we were always tempted to keep FairyBookWorm in a dog crate

30th Aug 2009, 19:49

Viv says:

excellent

yes toys hold memories

3rd Sep 2009, 00:35

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