Wednesday, January 12, 2011

I've got nothing

Nothing but some random pictures that will hopefully make for a somewhat interesting post.

Starting with...
It's true. It happened. We got a coupon in the mail (because isn't that how all good haircut stories start?) and I thought, "What the hell?" I had a friend ask me if I cried. I didn't. But that doesn't mean this was easy for me. I still look at him and think he looks too much like a big boy. I miss my baby.

And as for Will, he sat on my lap with a lollipop and couldn't have cared less about the whole thing.

Will: I'm going to punch you in the face.
Me: Uh, no you're not.
So he headbutted me instead.
Yep, this is what Mike comes home to every day. He's a lucky man. Lock up your husbands, Ladies.

Will: 1
Laptop: 0
Dear Will, Just wait til you start looking at porn. I will tell her all about it. Love, Your Mother's Laptop

Do not buy this toy.
You will hear this toy playing music by itself at 3:15 AM. You will become convinced that it's the ghost of your grandfather. You will be terrified. You will wake your husband and demand he go turn it off.

Consider yourself warned.

Isn't Will cute?
Yes, Will! A Pottery Barn phone DOES make a great step stool!


Erin said...

Mike is a lucky man. It's a shame he doesn't appreciate your humor enough.

BobbysMommy said...

This post made me LOL. Loved the comment about the laptop. Bobby's fascinated by mine as well. Put some frozen veggies on that eye! Poor thing!

Rebecca said...

haha, wow on that eye.

BTW, I bet that it's the cat, and not Papa making that thing go off. Just a guess. Although, given the time of year and the week....who knows! Hahaha, sorry, just glad it's Mike and not me dealing with your ghost paranoia.

And maybe karma is getting back at you for taunting your husband with Will's other Christmas gift.

Carrie said...

NOT the cat! I swear! That was my first thought, too, but there he was - sleeping soundly at my feet.

The Clip Cafe said...

Oh poor mummy!!! That eye! A hair cut makes such a difference they look so grown up :-)

Kristin said...

Just stumbled upon your blog, and WOW at the pictures! Of course, you have a handsome little subject.

The Fisher-Price Little People Farm was our middle-of-the-night ghost toy. I hated that, I really liked that thing too...