Archive for April, 2009

Teeth

Teeth

Yes, the teeth have arrived and the count is three so far with the forth one trying to catch up as well. You can just see number three peeking up … Continue reading

He

He

“Post some more. I need theĀ  First Born Son post to move to the second page!”
“You have no comments on the Hate the mall post…you lost them there. They all … Continue reading

 
Fluff

Fluff

I love waking up to his little feet kicking and scratching me with those nails, I mean to cut every day.
I love the big smile I get when I open … Continue reading

First born son

First born son

Before Baby Blab, this was a female kingdom. Mr.Blab might have had some thoughts of equality and maybe there was some of his masculinity still intact, but the fact was … Continue reading

 
Hey look

Hey look

Maybe I will win and take over the world… muahahaha*

The snapshot of the blog is not working, the chances of me winning are non existent (I dont have enough readers), … Continue reading

The skill of sitting

The skill of sitting

It has been achieved!
It is cute. There is something very cute about seeing a little baby sitting. They look so much more likesmall people, not like blobs of juicy yummy … Continue reading

 
Still on the mall

Still on the mall

I was continuing having passing thoughts on the mall issue today. Just random thought. Flying. Bouncing in my head.
The mall is draining. It just takes of you. Your money, your … Continue reading

I hate the mall

I hate the mall

It is one of those places where the individual goes unnoticed. A monument to the overpowering weight that money making has over every part of our lives.
That big ugly building … Continue reading

 
Drugs and truth

Drugs and truth

I was not looking for this kind of a book last time we were at the library, I was just browsing slowly, trying to help Baby Blab to go to … Continue reading

Dinner a la eight year old

Dinner a la eight year old

A few weeks ago we were browsing a book store and the girls chose a cooking book for kids as one of their purchases. The book got looked at and … Continue reading