But that doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy this Baby Godfather meme, right?
I know, I know.
I said I would not abandon you over the month of August, and I was only half truthful.
And not that I’m trying to complain (no way, no how) but sometimes it’s hard to write entertaining things on two blogs five days a week. I try, but I’m not always as successful as I’d like to be. So, I thought I’d take a bit of a mental break, so to speak.
I wanted to return refreshed and more entertaining and actually be able to string coherent thoughts of my own together, instead of cobbling them from somewhere else. Which I really hate doing.
Lots happened while I was gone, like hot-saucing and 7 year olds getting thrown overboard and crazy birthday parties for kids that make me sort of want to weep. Somehow we caught the kid’s party show and the woman spent almost $28,000 on her son’s tenth birthday party. My husband and I turned to our son who will soon be turning nine and said in unison, “DO NOT expect to ever have a party like that.” Kid will be lucky if we spend two hundred. Seriously, I’m over big birthday parties. Let him and a couple buddies hang out and do something cool, and I’ll call it a day.
But anyhoo, I’m back now and hopefully you didn’t abandon me in the meantime.
I’ve got a special treat lined up for your viewing pleasure for tomorrow’s CDF, don’t miss it!
A surprising 47% of you think that in some cases, it might be best to stay married “for the kids.” I can totally see where you are coming from. 40% of you believe that in most cases, the answer is no. Only 11% are in the camp of it is never a good idea to stay married for the sake of someone else, even if it is the children. You know, I can sort of see all sides of this. It’s a toughie.
Today’s question is a bit more, erm, fluffy.
Buzzfeed has a current article with pictures of 50 kids “cooler than you’ll ever be.”
I beg to differ, although some of them certainly are. Here are the highlights. Although it must be said there is a distinct lack of girls on the original list.
I will comfort myself with the fact that this adorable boy has absolutely no clue as to what he is actually singing about.
This reminds me of when the Munchkin’s favorite movie was “Aladdin” and he was able to perfectly recreate “One Jump,” including a giant leap off the top of the couch. Minus the menacing thugs, of course.