The Official Writing Challenge
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Lol! Cute, I liked it. I got tripped up a bit in the beginning though thinking you said that Snap was the youngest, but then I reread it a few times and got it.

It's a cute story, good job.
Wonderful! What a delightful read! I struggled with the topic this week, but you have run so well with it - why, you make it look like a snap! Give my love to Crackle and Pop - don't forget Mr. Kellogg, and give yourself a big hug for me!
I'm so glad they didn't change your names to Soggy, Mushy & Touchy, altho' my favorite cereal has gone that way a few times when I've been interrupted right in the middle of a bowlfull. This story was so much fun! Thank you for letting us read it.
I REALLY liked this story. I thought of Snap, Crackle, and Pop first thing but never would have thought to write it like you did. Very creative! Good job!
Thanks for the great memories of playing with Snap, Crackle and Pop dolls made from a kit from Kellogg.
Awesome job :)
Very well done. I, too, struggled with the topic. You shared a bit of history with us in a very fun way. Thank you.
Charming! A very cute story from an entertaining perspective, and a little history lesson as well. Well done!
I love learning this little piece of history. Cute story. This was delightful!
This is darling. Too clever!
Oh, I love History and you wove it into a fun story. Excellent job with topic!
I caught on a little ways into it who was talking. Very cool!

Nicely done.
Very well written. Funny and informative. Great job. :-)