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Very cute!


Your post brought back memories to when I was a child. My grandmother had a finished attic space where the "guest" bedroom was located...similar slope to the ceiling.

And yet, year after year, my cousins and I would gather for family reunions each summer and inevitably bump our heads on that sloped ceiling...time and again!

Some kids never learn...ha!

Blessings to you,

very funny. I'm here from Mystical Rose. if you check out my daughter's funny saying, it's this past wedneday's post, not today's. Nice to meet you.

I am laughing so hard at that, that's hilarious!

Cute! Believe it or not, I did the same thing on my son's bed-jumped and hit the ceiling. Sheesh! Some people never grow up!

Why can't you just move it? Just a simple remodel right? Makes sense to me. :)

Thanks for joining in-come back again!

In Christ,

Wow, that had to have hurt!

Boys jumping on beds ...some things are completely irresistable!

Jumping on the bed is just too temping!

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