My son is a goofball. We went to buy a new microwave today (because our old one up and died, booger) and while I was holding him in the sling in the store, he kept trying to launch himself backwards, the net result being he was half hanging out of the sling, upside down, and staring at the salesman with a huge grin on his face. No, this boy doesn’t understand how to be cute. Right.
Later, when we went to a party at a friends house, he spent the whole time making goofy faces at everyone. He does this thing where he crinkles up his eyes and nose and puckers his lips and blows, as if he’s trying to whistle but doesn’t know how.
That’s the new nickname Mommy gave me, because I’m always taking one sock off.
Today Mommy took me to the library for Cuddle-Ups, and we sang songs and did bounces and tickles. There were a lot of other kids there too and we had a lot of fun!
When Mommy got me up this morning, she saw that I had pink eye again. She had to take me to the doctor and I had to get more medicine. The medicine goes in my eyes and I don’t really like that. I fuss a lot but Mommy gets it in anyway. Daddy helps her.
Mommy took me outside again to play in the snow. Again, I was like “What’s going on?” but then she plopped me on top of a snow bank and I got to see all the snow all of the courtyard. Then I slid down the courtyard which was fun. I crawled around where the snow wasn’t too deep which was fun and made me laugh.
Whoever came up with the “plog” idea on Amazon.com should be shot. Talk about ANNOYING!!! Yo, Amazon, MAKE IT GO AWAY!!
Today was Little Gym day. We did more somersaults and flipped on the high bar. My favorite part is near the end when the teacher blows bubbles in the air. They’re cool to look at.
Guns don’t hurt people. Republicans hurt people.
We got a lot of snow last night, and I mean a lot of snow. The snow in the courtyard this morning was almost as deep as I am tall! (Mommy said it was about 16 inches, which is a whole lot.)
Mommy bundled me up in my snowsuit and took me outside to play (pictures coming later). I wasn’t really sure what to think but there were some other kids playing so I thought it must be all right. I fussed a little because it was cold, but I still had fun. Mommy and I made a snow man and then she made snowballs and threw them across the courtyard.
To the arrogant putzes at NBC…
Do we call the country Italia? Is its capital Roma? Were previous Olympics held in Moskva, Muenchen or Athine? Do we call this the “Shroud of Torino.”
So learn to speak English already and call it Turin.
Today is my 10 month birthday. We were supposed to go to waterbabies class today, but I’ve had a runny nose so Mommy didn’t take me today.