Monday, May 12, 2008

Red Shoes Rock


Here's Julie's Mother's Day present...a brand spanking new RED pair of Sauconys. She had been wanting a pair for a while and of course wanted red--they will match over half of her closet! :)

I don't know what my gift is yet, she says it's on its way! *pacing and panting like a dog waiting for a treat* woohoo!

Of course we did presents for each other, we deserved some for sure! You know you love your kids when you will pull tennis ball fuzz out of their hiney because they can't do it themselves (that was my job and I won't embarrass Casey by telling you that it was because he stupidly ate some fuzz off of a tennis ball once and it only made it halfway out on its own...oops!) and when you cut stitches out because the old vet was too far away (that was Julie's job) I don't do blood, wounds or injuries and she doesn't do poop or puke.

Last summer during break I sent this picture to Julie at work because of how COOL (not) it was to have to clean this up from Brinkley who apparently shoved the bone a little too far down his throat. They say you always learn something...I learned that some dogs have a sensitive gag reflex and that Brinkley most definitely does NOT chew his food.

This is why we've started giving presents for Mother's Day. Presents that don't involve bodily functions.

4 comments:

Natalie May 12, 2008 at 11:48 PM  

Dude--that's gross. Almost as gross as being told by the daycare lady today that she noticed that Alex has been eating peas.... Ew. I know I'm a mom, but c'mon, really?! :P

K2daK May 13, 2008 at 1:02 PM  

(Nat) That is funny!

Love the shoes!

Oh my goodness that is a gross puke picture! Here's to more bodily functions from our kids that we will have to clean!

*MSN has DEBACLE on their page today

Copperheart May 13, 2008 at 8:06 PM  

awesome shoes!
not so awesome puke

monkey May 13, 2008 at 11:50 PM  

i got sooooo excited when i saw julie's shoes...i have red sauconys also! the same ones, actually. and they're my favorite. i also love how you tempered my excitement with some vomit. a visual testament to motherhood. i swallowed some of my daughter's saliva the other day. i held her up over my head so that she was looking down at me. she's three and a half months old. i clearly deserved a mouthful of drool.

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