No mom, I didn’t do it! The boy is named Joey. Joey is in the cookie jar, and it looks like he’s been caught reaching into the cookie jar based on the way he’s looking. Joey’s eyes are rolling in his head, trying to look innocent as if he’s saying “Who me? I didn’t do that” His expression has a bit of guilt in it though, as if he’s thinking “Uh oh!” His mother was out playing bridge and just came back home. Things were different back then and there was no mum’s that were hurling around looking for their kids constantly, instead they were in the kitchen baking cookies and laughing, and drinking wine. Kids were wild back then, but there was less to fear. That’s why the boy looks so innocent. You just had to be home by the time the sun was down. You had to have a child at home that was at least 12, the older siblings did the babysitting. The dog is watching the boy, hoping for a cookie. Joey was caught in the act eating the cookies, and is also having jam and Coca Cola. Back then Coke was bad for you and was said to stop your growth. Coke back then with cocaine in it was a lot better. Joey’s parents don’t have that strict parents. He knows that he’s in trouble. Joey is eating cookies before supper, which is against the rules! The dog is going to lick up the crumbs, and if Joey walks away, the dog is going to be right into the cookie jar. The dog’s name is definitely not Ralph, it looks like a girl dog, her name is Sandy. The boy’s hair is all messy and he has holes in his clothes, a sign that things were much more easy-going back then with kids. He’s wearing play clothes.