Did you know?

  1. THAT SNOWBALLS CAN BREAK WINDOWS !!

    I do now....

    Elliot ,our 4 year old beamed the window with a snowball and it shattered into a million pieces (he went running through the yard "don't tell daddy...you can tape it - you go get the tape NOW" )

    Oh well......
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  2. 8 Comments

  3. by   Jenny P
    Julie, I thought that Pa. usually got snow and that most people there would know that! It's a hassle and a pain, but you won't be the first person who's found that out. Hope you get it repaired quick!

    BTW, that was your 4 year old's arm??? Sounds like he should be a pitcher in the major leaugue already! Now THAT IS amazing!!! I don't think my brothers broke any windows with snoowballs til they were in 2nd or 3rd grade!
  4. by   kristi915
    Hard ones can.

    So what are you doing to keep out the cold? Hope you get a new window soon!!
  5. by   SmilingBluEyes
    OH GOOD GRIEF. Good luck replacing the window SOON. KIDS!
  6. by   renerian
    Doesn't seem a 4 year old could throw that hard! Maybe he will be a baseball pitcher someday.

    renerian
  7. by   emily_mom
    I did that once (ok, I was a terrible child....two older sadistic brothers...what do you expect?)

    Kristy
  8. by   jdomep
    FYI - our 4 year old is 46" tall and weighs almost 60 pounds (big as an average 1st grader) they say he'll be over 6'6" and his "little" brother will be 6'9"!! So I guess we should invest in double strength windows. LOL


    BTW - I am from Florida and had NO idea
  9. by   Mkue


    I had no idea either
  10. by   Lausana
    Originally posted by jdomep
    FYI - our 4 year old is 46" tall and weighs almost 60 pounds (big as an average 1st grader) they say he'll be over 6'6" and his "little" brother will be 6'9"!! So I guess we should invest in double strength windows. LOL
    A house full of big boys! better have some ice rink walls put up around the perimeter of the house for protection!

    Good luck! :kiss

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