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Your lesson learned made me LOL. :)

We did this a few years ago. I think we had some kind of tree frog, and they only grew to be about 3/4" big when they lost their tail! It is fascinating, isn't it!

That is SO COOL!! What a fun lesson for your kids.

Sounds great! I'm not quite as adventurous right now... someday maybe!

I can't wait to show my kiddos, they want frogs SO BAD!!! Check out the book Frogs by Nic Bishop, it's incredible!!!

This was most incredible!!! Then pictures are really good and what an education you all must have had. Our pond in the back yard has frog. He will soon make his appearance. And though it takes time to get used to each spring when we open the windows at noc, eventually I can sleep through the night! Good JOB you all!!!

Holy smokes, I'm impressed. Wow!!! I'm impressed and inspired. Our nature stuff is walking through the local park and doing milk-carton bird feeders. We're such amateurs!

Oh, and I finally got to the tag that you sent me. : ) Here's my reply:


Wow, Eileen, these pictures tell an amazing story and what a lesson you gave your children in the miracle of life. Thank you so much for sharing.

Oh, and I haven't forgotten about the meme. I'm planning to get to it later tonight! (It's about time, eh?)

God Bless,

How cool is that?! It's a miracle, isn't it? &:o) (Working on my meme, too!)

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