Undercover Investigation

The secret agent creeps into the office. This is a forbidden zone. Stealth and disguise are essential for mission success.

The secret agent makes an attack on the bookshelf. The books are an easy target and fulfill his primary objective: seek out new opportunities for chaos and destruction. Oh, no! Looks like the secret agent has been discovered.

The secret agent makes a dash for it. However, it is no use. His adversary is bigger, faster, and stronger. She uncovers his identity and foils his plot.

Undaunted, the secret agent plans his next undercover mission.

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19 Responses to Undercover Investigation

  1. ParentsDesk says:

    very cute. I have a 4 year old son and 20-month old daughter.They play a similar game

  2. The Waiting says:

    I love how messy Jason’s hair is in the last pic.

  3. Ann says:

    Ira has the same problem with his pants being so long. I think maybe Laura being older she has more patience with Jason antics. Trekker and Ira fight often but when they get together watch out. Two years is pretty close when having children, you had the right idea waiting a little longer.

  4. Barbara @ Just Another Manic Mommy says:

    They are delicious 🙂

  5. shoes says:

    I think the secret agent needs to get himself a more neutral colored blanket for a better camouflaged disguise. 🙂

    • Beth says:

      I will let him know that more neutral colors are required to blend in with our blah colored carpet, and suggest that he hide out at a putting green or pool table in the meantime.

  6. dogear6 says:

    Great story to match the pictures – hopefully Jason will laugh at it years from now.

    • Beth says:

      I hope so, too. Laura tells me that she loves my blog, though I’m unclear whether she really understands what it is.

      • dogear6 says:

        I’m not sure my mother does either! Most times I think she’s just looking at the pictures. Besides, if your family says something to her about seeing her pictures or a funny story you told, you’ve accomplished what you wanted to do (stay in touch and record the child growing up). Her knowing they saw her picture will make her proud right there.

  7. Blankets are the perfect disguise and/or toy. I remember being “the blob” and attacking my brother and parents relentlessly.

    • Beth says:

      Oh, you brought back memories of playing the blob and lava monster. Blankets are versatile – comfort, warmth, and play… my sister made the set of fleece blankets for Jason that are featured in this post – thoughtful a gift that we’ve used and loved.

  8. Momma G says:

    This would be a great series of pictures to develop into a book for Jason. Maybe even include a second attempt, the sequel, with a camo blanket, as “shoes” suggested above.

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