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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Something I never thought I'd have to say

We're sitting at the table eating dinner. The kids are having an animated loud conversation about what music is best on the ipods. Which songs are cool, which songs are whatever. They get into a heated argument about one song, with two different versions, on which version was longest.

Because the discussion is loud and annoying, I totally blank out and stop paying any attention to either of them. And then:

"WHY is your foot in my butt?"

The Girl decided to make herself comfy by sitting sideways, putting her feet up on my chair, and poking me right in the butt. I swear it, the two of them totally lost it. They thought it was the funniest thing they're heard in months.

Fun at the doctor's office!

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Blogger Christina_the_wench said...

I usually just steal stuff. This looks more fun and I'd get to use my camera phone more.

17/5/07 7:57 AM  

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