Archer's Third Eye

He sleeps with it. He eats with it. He holds it in his hands while cruising in his stroller. He sorts through the entire lego box to find.... his third eye.

Yes, the yellow lego-eye may just end up being the accessory of the summer. At least in our house.



motherbumper | 2:31 PM

If it helps him with his inner peace and vision, I might get me some lego third I too! Ohmmm Archer Ohmmm. Peace out cutie.


Totally. He's so much more aware now. He sees so much. Hee.

Anonymous | 3:52 PM

That is hilarious. So much you could analyze with that one (all good things, of course!).

Sandra | 4:13 PM

This uber aware-all-knowing third eye sure beats the measuring spoons my son toted around at that age...

Anonymous | 4:20 PM

You know what's weird? I bought Legos for my son just last night...and that eye just freaked me out.

j.sterling | 5:01 PM

LMFOA- that is TOO cute though. i wonder why it's his fave.. ask!

Cristina | 6:38 PM

Awww. That is cute that he has a special toy. OK it's a little weird that the toy he chose to attach himself to has a third eye on it, but mainly I think it's really cute. :)

Chris | 6:38 PM

My son has become attached to a little plastic pile of peas from his sister's cooking playset. He will tear the house apart to find it.

The eye is a much cooler accessory.

Anonymous | 7:20 PM

Oh boy oh boy...this reminds me of her little toy mp3 player, she would cycle through all of the little songs to find .."Jump jump juuuuuump. Everybody jump!"

Or should would scream if I put the bear that was clothed in her bed, she wants the bear that doesnt have any clothes on.. :sigh:

Anonymous | 6:03 AM

It's his new best friend. They call each other 'snot face' and giggle..just like in Drop Dead Fred :)

Anonymous | 2:23 PM

And what is with the yellow lego eye? And why is there only one eye? Where's the other one? Did your legos come with two? Cause ours only came with one.

Andrea | 3:33 PM

Too funny. I don't think mine had just one toy he carried around like that. I think he had several and when too many got lost, he decided not to carry them around anymore.

Perstephone | 7:59 PM

Ha! That's so cute.

I love your son's name by the way. We almost used it for our son, but since our last name is also related to a weapon and we're pacifists, well, we thought it might be overboard. But I really am crazy about the name Archer.

Her Bad Mother | 7:54 AM

So where can I get a third eye for me? Isn't this something that mothers need far mroe than do their children?

Christina | 4:08 PM

Who knew inner peace could be acheived through Legos?

Cordy's accessory of the moment is a little green frog. I wonder if she's wishing for a prince, or just likes green?

Lena | 9:38 PM

I did read that Legos are the new black.

Suburban Turmoil | 5:52 AM

Ha! This reminds me of my two-year-old's new favorite toys- her sister's rubber iPod covers. She sleeps with them, eats with them, makes them talk to each other and play together, stacks them, hands them out, takes them back, etc. All these expensive toys and she can't get enough of the iPod covers!

Stacy | 6:21 AM

My daughter used to make some really weird things with that third eye!

Anonymous | 9:18 AM

Is the Third Eye Blind?


oh cool! i grew up a few miles from where legoland is now so we've been discussing going (whenever we;re at my parent's house) we'll prob wait until he's running around to take him there. Thanks for the link!

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