Tussle Down

tus·sle [tuhs-uhl] verb, -sled, -sling, noun

verb (used without object)
1. to struggle or fight roughly or vigorously; wrestle; scuffle.


2. a rough physical contest or struggle; scuffle.

3. any vigorous or determined struggle, conflict, etc.: I had quite a tussle with that chemistry exam.
We have a new sport in our house. It’s called a “tussle down”. I am sure you already know who the participants are…
The look on Owen’s face below is laughter…
If you are looking for me or Grace we’ll be in on the couch reading or watching princess movies…

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