Wednesday, August 6, 2008

The Itsy Bitsy Spider

At first glance, it may go unnoticed that there is a spider in Peter's hand.

A more subtle oddity is the dinosaur, which is strangely hanging upside down on the drawer handle in the background.

Even more subtle is the fact that David is secretly hiding crayons behind his back. A green and blue one, to be specific. Oddly enough, those are also the same colors of two new and rather mysterious markings on one of our nice white pillows. This picture is proof that David is not only planning his mischievious activities in advance, but that he also knows he should not be doing them. We will be setting up surveillance cameras in the boys' room next week.

Grams was over today to watch the boys while Angie and I went to get more pregger pics. I think these things look a little like ink blot tests sometimes. What do you see in this picture? I see a little butterfly who was NOT ALLOWED TO EAT SUGAR-COATED CEREAL AS A CHILD!

The doctor politely insisted that he was not that type of doctor and asked me repeatedly to get off of his sofa. Something about how his hand kept wandering to a little red button under his desk made me finally get up and leave. At least Nonameyet is doing just fine.

After work, I took the boys to the playground, where soccer ball turned into dodge ball. At one point, Peter snuck up on me and smashed me square in the face at point blank range. I mean, he really nailed me hard. I was so proud. My nose needed a little break, though, so we opted for a little brotherly squeeze-n-slide.

The weather was great, so we BBQ'd on the balcony and enjoyed some fresh corn on the cob. I had the camera out and was taking some pictures of the boys. After putting the camera down, I looked at Angie, who had corn smeared all over her cheeks, forehead and hair. I laughed, of course, and told her she might want to hose herself down after feeding.

She immediately panicked. 'Did you take a picture of me?' See, since starting this blog, she has somehow become paranoid that I will use pictures of her to embarrass her. No, of course not. Pictures aren't the only way.
1) What was the best part of your day?
Peter: When I go'ed with you to football play.
David: When I play mit you and my balloon.

2) What was the worst part of your day?
Peter: When I almost go'ed in my pants.
David: When owa-schmowa

3) What would you like to do tomorrow?
Peter: To go with you downstairs and play football with you and Marie.
David: [David's attention span has left the building.]

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