Friday, October 7, 2011

The baby can tell a great story

I have a bit of exciting news. I am in the early stages of setting up my very first giveaway. It's for a digital scrapbooking software called My Memories. It's a $40 value, but one very lucky reader will score it for free. Stay tuned for more information on that :)

Today, Cohen and I met up with some friends to spend the morning at Catch Air. Let me tell you, we had a great time. I didn't bring my big camera because, well, I like my camera and don't want it to get broken. But I did manage to get a few cute pictures off my little camera.

Little Man was so excited the entire time. I don't think he stopped grunting and chattering until he was back in his carseat. And, as you can tell from all the back-of-the-baby's-head pictures, nothing I could do could get his attention. He was having fun!

It took awhile to take everything in. I think the boy walked around the entire building and looked at everything before getting comfortable and actually playing.

This is the part of the blog where I hand the keyboard over to the baby and let him share his day with you. Enjoy! I'm going to go take a nap.

Hey guys! Mama said she was going to share the pictures she took this morning with you. You know how moms get when they share pictures, though. It's all blah blah blah and nothing you really care about -- like the best places to find uncrushed goldfish on the floor. But I'm not telling you about the goldfish though, that's my secret.

Here I am walking on a floor. I know, I know, I'm awesome. This floor was different than other floors, though. It lit up every time I took a step. It was cool at first, but then it kind of freaked me out, so I didn't stay there long.

And then I ran into a really handsome guy. He swears we've never met before, but I think he looks really familiar. Anyway, on top of being a good looking guy, he was really funny, too. Talk about getting all the luck, huh? We hung out for a while before exchanging phone numbers and going our separate ways.

Then I met up with my friend Nicolas. He's actually my very first friend -- we go way back.

We played around on this giant inflatable, and then our moms nearly killed us by taking us up some stairs and making us go down that huge slide. We acted like we were scared (ok, ok I may have wet my diaper on that slide), but pretty soon, we were ready to go back for more.

Then Mama took me into a room with animals that walked in a circle. Can you believe it? All they did was walk in a circle. I didn't trust those suckers at first, but Mama put me on the green one's back, and he gave me a ride! He was pretty cool. I named him "gah". 

Oh the block room. I will dream about that room tonight. There were so many blocks in there! I tried my best to lick each one, but there were just too many, and Mama kept taking them away from me and stacking them on top of each other. It's ok, I set her straight by knocking over every tower she built. Bwahaha.

Then I found this slide. Of course, I couldn't enjoy it too much because Mama had that dumb camera right in my face again. Sigh.

Ok, guys. Mama's new at this whole "parenting" thing, so I cut her a lot of slack. But this, this was just stupid. The woman plopped me down on a huge, spiked, spinner of death. With no seatbelt. And then? Then, she lot go of me. I mean, you can tell by the side-eye I'm giving her in that first picture that I didn't think this was a good idea. Guess what happened next? Uh huh, I jumped off. Sometimes you've got to teach those parents a lesson, you know?

I'm pretty sure I won't have to worry about any more huge, spiked, spinners of death.

After that near-death experience, my buddy Nicolas and I started to get a little cranky. So the mamas took us to Chik fil a, and we ate chicken and screamed as loud as we could.

I'm getting tired now and the dog is eyeing my rice cake. So I'm going to go. Bye!

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