Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Allyson's "Rules"

This evening, Allyson brought Kevin and I a list of her room's rules(as she called it) for Kaleb and Travis to follow. It was quite comical...so, I thought I would share:
  1. No wild in my room.
  2. My room is a sample.
  3. Don't throw garbage in my room.
  4. Do not jump on my bed.
  5. Do not put stuff under my bed.
  6. Knock on the door before you come in.
  7. Don't throw toys from downstairs into my room.
  8. Ask me before getting a book down.
  9. Do not come in without slipping a note under the door.
  10. Do not throw stuff at me.
  11. Do not interrupt during school.

Helping will not stop!!! Please do not do anything bad. This is signed for good!!!! Do not kill!!!!!


photozmom said...

She is going to make an AMAZING mommy !!! :O) She is SOOO cute. Thanks for sharing!

Katie said...

I don't even know what to say. That girl is NOODLE-HEAD!! Eric and I laughed hysterically when we were reading this! What in the world does the last part of her "room rules" mean? LOL!!

Kristin said...

Candace, I was laughing so hard when I read this. Tell her she has a cousin following right in her footsteps. I dont think meradeth will ever be as silly as allyson. YOU ARE SO CUTE MERADETH!!!

Allyson said...

Thank you, Nana Hoffert! :)

"This is signed for good!!!!" means that this note can never be canceled out.

I hope Meradeth is like me someday! HaHa

Anne said...

Allyson, Have you been reading a book that gave you all of these ideas in your list? Have your brothers been obeying all of your new rules?

Allyson said...

I did not read about this in a book.
Kaleb jumped on my bed and came in without knocking. Travis cannot read.
Love, Allyson

grandaddy said...

Dear Allyson,
When I am visiting should i slip a piece of paper under your door before i knock or should i knock and then slip a piece of paper under your door?...just wondering...grddddy

Allyson said...

For grown-ups you knock on the door...kids slip a paper under the door. Travis always puts a piece of paper under the door...there doesn't have to be any writing on it.
I hope you come and visit me soon. I love you, Grandaddy.