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« Reply #10 on: February 26, 2008 08:32:00 AM »

wonder if this would work for forks too. I swear it's just my 12 year old, my 9 year old and me. and between the 3 of us,
 WHERE DO ALL THE FORKS GO?!?!!?!?!?  it's like the whole 'put 2 socks in the dryer and get one back thing' where are all my forks!?!  in the lat 2 months I've had to buy 8 forks! LOLOL 

seriously though, great idea. and i love that you personalized them with their fave colors! 

That screams for polymer clay...perhaps we could craft some polymer clay handles each kid gets their own...then I'll know who is bending the frigin forks!
Here the spoons disappear just poof they grow feet and run...I no longer buy nice silverware from fancy stores, I buy the 50 piece buffet packs at Sam's club.

So far so good on the glasses, we didn't even have to run the dishwasher yesterday as there was 1/2 a rack still open to fill!

« Reply #11 on: February 27, 2008 12:26:46 PM »

Children with throw away silverwear rather than wash it- seriously.
We had flatware service for 12 when we got married plus 6 extra spoons (I bough extra at the open stock sale). With both kids I caught them or found flatware in the trash at around age 2... Younger one is now almost 4 and just before Christmas was prepping for the big meal, washed all the flatware & counted... 9 knives, 12 teaspoons (I had 18, remember), 10 soup spoons, 7 dinner forks, 8 salad forks Sad
I got 8 place settings for Christmas Smiley

On the crochet topic: My nana had crocheted cozies that fit like a koozie for her glasses, identifiers and portable coasters Smiley Of course all her glasses were the same size.
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