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Sunday, June 25, 2006

She's a maniac, maniac...

After spending the entire day with a ton of friends at the movies and helping one kid's family move, the Girl went out to eat sushi with another friend. She came home with such a swollen belly that I teased her about my new grandbaby named Sushi-Q. The child must have eaten half the fish in the harbor.

My grandchild Sushi-Q's first blog appearance

Then she started in with her friend, begging to sleep over said friends house. Down on their hands and knees they pleaded with me. It was so silly I had to say yes. How could you refuse that face?


Total amount of time I saw her on Saturday: 45 minutes.
Total amount of friends she saw: 6
Total amount of fun she had: Priceless!
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2 Comments:

Blogger Carmi said...

I love days like this. They remind me why we had kids in the first place.

Thanks for sharing it.

25/6/06 7:38 PM  
Blogger Miss Cow is a Cow said...

hahaha aren't kids great.

Hello via michele's

25/6/06 9:51 PM  

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