*asks Shel every time I pick up a Kleenex. No more privacy than a goldfish I tell you.
Just popping in to say hello. Does anyone else get stressed when they have to write the word, “popping”? Because I’m always afraid I’m writing “pooping”, and I NEVER want to write, “I’m just pooping in” for reasons that need no explanation. Suffice it to say, the word “popping” is not a word to be written quickly.
The word “popping” and it’s close relative, “pooping”, remind me of a video that makes me giggle, so I guess I’ll share it with you. Because I’m nice like that. Here:
I’m sick and so spell check will probably not be a help in making this a quality blog post. I’m doing things like writing “world” instead of “word”. At least I got “popping” right, right?
Tobin started it. He has been sick, and at night he wakes up and cries at regular intervals. I go to his room and he is standing in his crib (because he can do that now) looking adorably miserable. I have to pick him up, and when I do, he buries his runny nose into my neck and mumbles, “Mommmm. Mommm.”
Then I have to give him too many kisses on his face, which makes him mad because he only wants to nurse.
Now I’m sick. I blame the too many kisses/using my neck for a Kleenex.
Wow. That story was cute in my head, but now that I’ve written it down it’s sort of gross. You’re welcome.
Q is sick too, but he just has a scratchy throat. I’m not 100% sure he’s sick for REAL because he may have just been trying to work in a Go Diego Go Marathon today.
He told me that he thinks the reason his throat hurts is because he swallowed a needle when he was younger and it got stuck in his throat.
I can assure you that is NOT why his throat hurts. We don’t dabble in needles around here. I ship my mending off to my mother.