On estimate ....?
Mine are 10 and 7, and obviously I couldn't count the number they have knocked over. One stands out though. When my oldest was a toddler, we were fairly broke and I didn't have many nice things. The one thing I had that I really loved was a pretty set of Mikasa glasses. They were the Cheers pattern in colors. My favorite was a purple glass with etched ribbons around it. My son broke it. I know it's stupid to be so upset over a glass, but it made me really sad. We put all of our pretty glasses up and have been drinking out of unbreakable ones ever since. As a mom, sometimes it feels like we can't have anything nice. The remaining glasses are packed away in boxes all these years later.
It looked like this. Replacements.com still doesn't have any.
Answer by khedy at 12:36 PM on Aug. 7, 2012
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Question for parents whose children have moved out of state