Little Tumford is always making messes but has the hardest time saying “I’m sorry.” Tsk, tsk.Will he ever learn the value of owning up to hismistakes, and thepeace of mind he would gain from a clear conscious and a heart-feltapology?
Brave is quite oldand not terribly fond ofsmall children (to put it mildly). Coltonpointed to Tumford’s picture andwarned me, “Braveheart, mean kitty!”(I captured the momentin the photo on the right).
Manners class is always in sessionwhen Colton isvisiting, so having fun tools at the ready to helpreinforcegrandma’s curriculum is veryhelpful, particularly whenthey come in the form of an engaging story,accompanied bysuch fun andwhimsical illustrations.
“Tumford the Terrible” keptour very busy 2 year old engaged andstillfora whole 10 minutes. Quite a feat, Nancy! We love Tumford!
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