Monday, April 16, 2007

Yeah, We've Got Family in Town...

Family is a funny thing; you tell them over and over again that you've got things to do (like write a blog post) and all they can say, "We hardly ever get up to Colorado! Come out here and talk to us!"

Why do they pretend to want to talk to me? All they want to do is hold the baby. That and fix things around the house.

Anyway, this week will probably be light on the postings as I have to spend most of my non-working hours riding around on my unicycle while juggling bowling pins and spinning plates on a stick.


Blogger Kerri said...

If I was there, I'd be more than happy to hang out with that cutie while you are busy riding and juggling and spinning. But I'm not. I'm here in soggy NH. It's nice to be able to come here for a glimpse of sunshine. ;-)

4/17/2007 5:59 AM  
Blogger The Holmes said...

Your family shows up and fixes things around your house?! Hey, that's at least one upside (assuming they do it right).

4/17/2007 7:40 AM  
Anonymous Mike said...

That picture cracks me up. Is that head photoshopped onto another body? Could you imagine if adults heads stayed that big compared to the rest of our bodies?

I love when babies smile. Their entire face gets into it.

Enjoy the relatives. Are any of them willing to change diapers, give the baby a bath and put her to bed? If so, those are the ones you want to invite around more often.

4/17/2007 8:53 AM  
Blogger Rachel said...

What a sweet smile! She's gonna melt hearts with that one! Okay, she already does!

4/17/2007 9:53 AM  
Blogger Lainey-Paney said... thankful that they want to fix things.

Better than just sitting around with nothing to talk about & staring at each other.
See....could be worse!

4/17/2007 10:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can we get a pic of the riding,juggling,and spinning???

Just so we can see how it's all done :)

4/17/2007 11:32 AM  
Blogger Evilynmo said...


4/17/2007 11:42 AM  
Blogger creative-type dad said...

Fix things? Man, I'd be taking advantage of that. I have a hissing toilet and a broken sprinkler that need fixing.

Btw- nice shirt!

4/17/2007 12:46 PM  
Blogger Sudiegirl said...

What a darling shirt for the baby!

My dad had a Harley when I was a baby, but Mom made him sell it when our refrigerator died.

He never let me forget it either...he would look at me and say, "You know, sour milk wouldn't have killed ya."

This was followed by shaking of the head slowly...from side to he'd lost his best friend.

Great picture...hug that squeaker for me!

4/23/2007 5:55 AM  

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