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I had bakeds toll house cookies when my daughter was a year old. It was a saturday afternoon and My husband was home, he just loves these cookies. well as always he would keep coming into the kitchen
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The Missing Cookies

posted at 7/29/2010 7:05 AM EDT
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I had bakeds toll house cookies when my daughter was a year old.
It was a saturday afternoon and My husband was home, he just loves these cookies. well as always he would keep coming into the kitchen to see if the cookies were done. My daughter was sitting in her high chair at the table. I took the first batch out of the oven and placed them on the table away from my daughter because they were hot. My husband entered the kitchen and took two cookies off the tray and placed them down on the table. He went to the fridge to get a glass of milk. When he returned to get his cookies they were gone. He asked me if I took his cookies and of course I said no. He then took two more and walked out into the den. All of a sudden I saw my daughter reach down into her lap and pull out the two cookie. She placed them on the table, gave me a big smile and started eating the cookies. We couldn't believe it. Did she play a joke on her father and understood what she did or did she just want the cookies. She is now 7 and we have told this story over and over again. She loves to hear the story and so do we.

The Missing Cookies

posted at 7/29/2010 9:09 AM EDT
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Kids are so cute at that age!

The Missing Cookies

posted at 7/29/2010 4:38 PM EDT
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Lol...how funny. I have a feeling,she knew she was playing a joke on Dad,and was smart enough to know she wanted the cookies too!

The Missing Cookies

posted at 7/29/2010 10:23 PM EDT
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what a sweet story! I'm sure she was smart enough to know that she was playing a joke on her dad, plus those cookies probably smelled SO good, how could she resist?? Love it.

The Missing Cookies

posted at 7/29/2010 11:32 PM EDT
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Great story and a memory you can keep telling your daughter over and over.

The Missing Cookies

posted at 7/30/2010 4:18 AM EDT
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Good one!

The Missing Cookies

posted at 7/30/2010 2:24 PM EDT
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What a cute story. Thanks for sharing!

The Missing Cookies

posted at 7/31/2010 12:58 AM EDT
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cute

Re: The Missing Cookies

posted at 10/6/2010 8:10 AM EDT
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What a cute story!  Your daughter was smart, and appreciated a good joke.

Re: The Missing Cookies

posted at 10/6/2010 8:38 PM EDT
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cute story.  One she will hear for the rest of her life.

Re: The Missing Cookies

posted at 10/13/2010 11:40 AM EDT
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I use to do that with my dad's jelly beans.

Re: The Missing Cookies

posted at 10/13/2010 12:30 PM EDT
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I also think she knew what she was doing. Look out, Dad, when she becomes a teenager!!!

Re: The Missing Cookies

posted at 10/14/2010 7:20 AM EDT
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Definitely cute

Re: The Missing Cookies

posted at 10/14/2010 10:50 AM EDT
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Great story, made me chuckle!

Re: The Missing Cookies

posted at 10/18/2010 12:17 PM EDT
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In Response to The Missing Cookies:
I had bakeds toll house cookies when my daughter was a year old. It was a saturday afternoon and My husband was home, he just loves these cookies. well as always he would keep coming into the kitchen to see if the cookies were done. My daughter was sitting in her high chair at the table. I took the first batch out of the oven and placed them on the table away from my daughter because they were hot. My husband entered the kitchen and took two cookies off the tray and placed them down on the table. He went to the fridge to get a glass of milk. When he returned to get his cookies they were gone. He asked me if I took his cookies and of course I said no. He then took two more and walked out into the den. All of a sudden I saw my daughter reach down into her lap and pull out the two cookie. She placed them on the table, gave me a big smile and started eating the cookies. We couldn't believe it. Did she play a joke on her father and understood what she did or did she just want the cookies. She is now 7 and we have told this story over and over again. She loves to hear the story and so do we.
Posted by cheryl r
     Thanks for the story it made my day love to hear about things kids do

Re: The Missing Cookies

posted at 10/18/2010 1:07 PM EDT
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That's an adorable story......she out foxed you all!!!LOL

Re: The Missing Cookies

posted at 10/18/2010 1:51 PM EDT
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Smart kid!  That is a great story!

Re: The Missing Cookies

posted at 10/18/2010 3:24 PM EDT
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This sounds like something my grandson would do. When he was just crawling, his Daddy brought in a bucket of tomatoes he had picked from their garden and the grandson crawled over to the bucket and grabbed on to use as a ball. My daughter grabbed her cell phone and took a picture and sent it to me. He was grinning all over his face and his little eyes just sparkled. 

Re: The Missing Cookies

posted at 10/18/2010 7:27 PM EDT
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Thank you for such happy little story.

In Response to Re: The Missing Cookies:
This sounds like something my grandson would do. When he was just crawling, his Daddy brought in a bucket of tomatoes he had picked from their garden and the grandson crawled over to the bucket and grabbed on to use as a ball. My daughter grabbed her cell phone and took a picture and sent it to me. He was grinning all over his face and his little eyes just sparkled. 
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Re: The Missing Cookies

posted at 10/20/2010 5:37 AM EDT
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That is one clever child!  She knew the secret of a good joke.
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