Did you guys see THIS ? Or THIS ?
I.CANNOT.WAIT.FOR.COLLEGE.FOOTBALL.TO.START!! Okay, okay, I know it just ended, but with a ranking like that? That's something to be excited about. Now if I could just get tickets for next season!
Some miscellaneous things that we've been doing and things that have been said around our house lately:
Not long ago I was sitting with Bubba when he announced that I was going to have a baby boy. "Oh, really?" I replied, secretly hoping he didn't have some kind of psychic abilities. "Yes," he responded. "When I get married my mommie is going to have a baby boy." "Your wife, you mean?" I queried. "No," he said simply. I'm not going to have have a wife, just a mommie." Poor, poor girl.
On Saturday, Bubba informed me that when he got married he wasn't going to change ANY diapers. His mommie was going to do it. Here we go again. How very Oedipal! I tried to explain to him that mommies and daddies change diapers and that it would really be in his best interest to change a diaper -- especially if he wanted to have any more children. He was not convinced.
Punkin still has one higgie at bedtime (I say as I hang my head in shame). The other day I found another one in a dresser drawer and gave it to her. She had one in each hand. As her daddy walked by the door she crowed "Daddy! I have a different higgie!" He replied, "Something tells me that if you can SAY I have a different higgie, that you don't actually NEED a higgie." She was not convinced.
Mr. Daddy, Bubba, and I have been playing Yahtzee for the past two nights. Bubba saw it on a shelf and insisted we play. Of course, he loses interest very quickly, but last night Mr. Daddy and I played a full game. For the record, you know, just in case any one cares, I WON, I WON, I WON, I WON! Tonight as Bubba's interest started to wane he started flicking our dice after we rolled. "No, Bubba!" Mr. Daddy scolded. "You don't touch people's dice. That would get you shanked in the joint."
Punkin was having a tantrum about something one night. She kept saying "I want it. I want it" over and over. Finally, I said "Well, you can't always get what you want, but if you CRY sometimes, you might find you get what you need." That's what Mick said, right? I mean, surely he wrote that song when his kids were small? Right?
You can see we live exciting lives around here.
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