Getting free stuff just for having a baby on the way.
Our families have already given us a ton of stuff. Baby clothes. Cribs. Etc. But the best part is when your friends smoke you out in celebration of getting someone preggers. A buddy brought an eighth over, smoked a blunt with me and left the rest. And after that, I helped another friend find some, so she left me a bit as well. I have awesome friends.
I forget what they call it, but I had my daddy shower at Hooters on a fight night. Didn't pay for a single drink, and I got my picture taken with all them lil hotties. I remember seeing a table of jelly suburban rich kid wannabe thugs. I was so stylin on thems.
Originally Posted by Delia
WOW! What a little monster, you certainly have your hands full. But I Love reading stories like yours about how rambunctious the little stinkers get. And I think I spoke too soon with saying boys are easier. My youngest little man is 13months & in this last week or two his hellian side has really made an appearance. Everything he's not suppose 2 get into he does literally all day everyday
I also wanna add you are an awesome father, even though I don't know you personally, I don't need to. I can see it just in your writing when talking about him. He's a lucky little boy to have such a loving, involved daddy.
Oh, stop it. I'm gettin' all teary eyed over here. Seriously though, that means a lot to me. It's always nice to have reassurance that you're doing something right.
Today, he threw a titty fit over pac-man. I left the game at my aunt's house, and he squalled for it before bed. He was mostly just tired, though. I took him and my little cousins to my city's newly renovated $300k playground. Money well spent, imo. The boy had me climbing behind him up and sliding down the tallest slide there (probably close to twenty feet tall) back to back to back to back to back, and so on. I wish I had half his energy. The lil rascal doesn't walk anywhere.
But, yeah. Thanks for the flattery.
"Yeah, but you say a lot of things...and how does that work? You're a bicycle."