Friday Fictioneers: Fence needed

copyright-erin-learyWhen my son was a baby we moved into a house with an open kitchen which was quite a nuisance as we had to keep watching him not to stray into the kitchen area.

One day I had to rush upstairs for something and when I came back I found him sitting in a heap of potatoes and onions, a mixing bowl on his head and a scissor in one hand.

“Mama!” he said, with the widest smile.

From that day on, we had the kitchen fenced off and a gate fixed on the side. Much to my son’s disappointment the gate was always kept closed.

This story has been written for the Friday Fictioneers. For details see the link below:

http://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com/2014/01/15/17-january-2014/

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21 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers: Fence needed

  1. We came home early and the babysitter was watching movies with the other kids. Our 1 year old had a butcher knife and was stabbing the carpet between his legs. Glad yours turned out well too. Good writing! Thanks!

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