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About me: I'm 42 and added another gherkin to our pickle party of a family. My husband Chuck, our 9-year-old Junior, our 6-year-old Everett, our toddler and I live in a town in Connecticut I affectionately call Mulletville Lite (aka my childhood hometown). My friends call me Nutjob, and they're right. In my husband's spare time he dresses up as a Viking and chases ghosts (and I'm the nutjob?). When I'm not busy working as a graphic designer, I lie in a ball in the corner.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Life without the letters r or l

Saturday morning. Just got done reading Junior's favorite book, Thomas and the big, big bitch.



Later we're going to go to the park to see the big fag.



Yep. That about covers our Saturday.

15 comments:

blognut said...

I LOVE IT! It reminds me of the days when we got excited about fire fucks at our house.

Of course, now that I think about it, a fire fuck would STILL be kind of exciting.

Kate said...

Ugh. I am so sick of Thomas (or Taa-iss as Ike says) that I can't see straight. It makes me very cross.

♥Trina♥ said...

ROFL That is too funny. Blognuts comment is funny too. I worked with a speech path once who had a student who said firefuck. She could NOT get him to say fire engine.

Julia said...

I hear you. We like to go and find wild turkeys to see the toms shruttin' instead of strutting. And those are giwrls not girls. And the back pack is the pack hack... They are cute in their struggle to find pronunciation.

Pricilla said...

hmmm, the publicist is married to the fire chief.

Is that what she is getting?

Suzi said...

For my middle one it was Fire Fuck. My sister got a huge laugh out of that when she heard him. "Did he say...?"

Mary@Holy Mackerel said...

Wow, quite the raunchy day you're having with your little one!! I wish i could say the same...

kyooty said...

That's a good saturday in my books

Keely said...

That big, big bitch is making Thomas look a little concerned.

Delia said...

This is too cute!! LOL
My daughter proudly sings the first verse of Amazing Grass....how sweet the sound...that saved a WITCH like YOU!

Pablo Guero said...

My (almost) two-year-old calls his spoon "poon." Try not laughing when you hear "poon" shouted over and over and over during supper.

Lori said...

Life in Mulletville sure is cultured!

Kris said...

That's hilarious! My son loved that book.

I'd be concerned about the Amazing Grass that Delia is singing about. Sure hope they live in CA. lol

Kate said...

I was in the shower yesterday and was thinking about this post. (Does it freak you out a little bit that I was thinking of you in the shower? Hmmmmm?) I was in target with Aiden, who was about 3 at the time, and he found these little beanbag pillows. We called them "squishies." Being 3 he could really say squishy of course, and when we put all of the pillows back (because I wasn't going to spend $20 on a pillow that he would destroy in half an hour) he started screaming, "I want my pussy! I want my pussy!" Was I mortified? Yeah, just a little.

Anonymous said...

Yeah I had to teach 3 year old "pickup" because "Look Look is Daddy's Cock" (TRUCK! I swear she was saying truck!)In the middle of her "religious" preschool. EEP!