Thursday, December 4, 2014

Yes, that happened.

I think I must be on some crazy pre-menopausal hormone trip because I am getting teary eyed over just about everything - movies, books, newspaper articles, YouTube videos...  It's really pretty ridiculous.  Chuck caught me yesterday watching my phone with tears in my eyes as I watched this video: Merry Christmas Proposal

and then this video: Dad Sits His Blind Baby at the Piano Then a Miracle Happens

and then after this video I gave up trying to keep it in: Thank You Project

All the ladies can take a moment to fix their eye makeup now.  I'll wait.

On a happier, funnier note, we played the board game Beat the Parents last night and the kids won, of course.  But George was the ultimate winner, when he came up to me with Hobbes in his arms and said, "Mom, I want to ask you a question that isn't on the cards."  This happens all the time, so I said without any question or hesitation, "Okay."  And then he dropped this on me, and I had to record it and share it on Facebook.  Since two of my very important readers are not on FB, I had to share it here too.  Plus, damnit, it's freaking hilarious.

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As of right now, this video has been viewed on FB 710 times since last night.  Our dear vet (and my wonderful friend, Lauren) posted the very best answer we could have ever asked for.  I'm pretty sure I have the best friends in the entire world.
 
 
This kid amazes me with his questions every day. He's also pretty amazing when it comes to trivia because he was pulling out answers to the questions in Beat the Parents that Luke and Evie didn't even know! I'm very impressed. If only I could get him to wipe his butt successfully!

On a final note, I would have never guessed that I'd post a picture of a cat's testicles on my blog.  Life is strange and unexpected.

1 comment:

Jennifer Wilson said...

Theresa,

I so enjoy your blog. I feel like a somewhat manic person reading your post today - it has it all: inspiration, tears, joy, hilarity, laughter, and education. George is one special kiddo.

Thank you for the gamut of emotions this morning.