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Apparently, Ophie, Madison’s mom, found this funny the first couple of times, but not so much the rest. We started by just making it misplaced completely. We called ourselves the, “Every day’s April Fool’s Day!” people. Ophie walked out to get the mail and had a strange feeling that something was wrong, and she was definitely right because she burst out laughing when she saw the frenzied tree face. Trust me, it looked way funnier than it sounds. The second time around, she went to go tell Madison’s brother, Joshua, to stop hanging on the basketball hoop and noticed our giggly faces. She went over to tree and shook her head, placing the face back as it was supposed to be. The next time didn’t go so well because Ophie came over to us and sternly let us know to stop, in a way that made it clear that the behavior was funny the first two times, but was no longer so. “Okay?” she asked. We nodded agreement.