Thank you, Chickenflicken. Sorry, Leta, that now you look more like me. Your hair, it will finally make sense 20 years from now, no sooner.
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Clearing my mother of blame
Oliver, daily: 12 January 2007
That was fun!
Umm .. Kassi .. you think she can HEAR that …?
Henryk_ are you kidding? Babies are not immatue, they are Machiavellian Masterminds. Please do not tell me otherwise…for if you do it would shatter my little glass world of delusions.
LOVING the hat. I have a sewing machine but I think it hates me.
Oh, and “breasticles”. Like Sophocles. Not like popsicles.
How is it that I can mispell “immature” and not mispell “Machiavellian”?
Ok…now truly…back to the socks.
yea, she really is looking more and more like you…great eyes
I think it’s kinda funny that Leta was termed an ‘attack baby.’ Don’t you?
What is up my sexy bitches?
ya, last month was Reject Barbie Gay Bingo. People dress up for best costume. It get’s pretty darn hilarious.
She’s a doll! And whassamatter with looking like mama?
Kassi, yes, some of the little ankle biters seem to have been born with a primal, primitive, ability to try and rule! First the parents and/or carers, NEXT THE WORLD MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Sorry, I got a bit carried away!
We the mature adults must be strong!!!!
What an adorable little gir.
Yes, Anne, Heather can sic Leeta on to undesirables she comes across!
KBBAW: I love the brownie with teeth comment. That rocks. I had to scroll to the top just to check on what you were saying.
I think I disturbed my office mate with my laughing.
Janis-I’m glad you liked the post. It just taught me not to judge others actions.
I want to take pictures at Greenthumbs Bingo Hall!!
She looks like a character from WIlly wonka and the chocolate factory
We can never really rule the situation Henryk. The babies are always in control, whether we like to admit it or not. It is how we handle that fact of life is the important part. Sounds like Heather has down to a T on how to control Leta. It is tough work being a mom or dad!
Yeah the brownie with teeth comment really made me laugh, too. It just shows what a tease Leta is – she makes herself look like a brownie so you want to eat her up, and then you get scared off by those sharp teeth.
Thank you Kassi. I think it was pretty low of Dolly Madison to make those rude comments about my ass licking blog. But it certainly didn’t hurt me, because I got tons of visitors wanting to see what all the commotion was about. Maybe ass trolls do have a purpose?
Like an Oompa Loompa? Or Violet Beauregard?
P.S. All you bingo-holics, a jewelry designer I love made a bracelet out of vintage bingo chips:
If you wanna be hardcore.
GAY BINGO! I LOVE IT! I LOVE THAT WEBSITE!!
I swear in my next life I’m coming back as a gay bingo player that can have THAT much fun at bingo! I’m also going to live next to Greenthumb so he can help me mow my lawn
my boy just said:
look at that cute girl. she doesn’t look weird.
of course she doesn’t, my son. she’s adorable.
breasticleees? i love it.
CUM SOAKED BARN SLUTS!!!
“We can never really rule the situation?”. I cannot agree. We, the parents create the environment in which we live. Children are an important part of that environment, but, the should NEVER rule. Alas, I have seen it where “what little Andy wants, Andy gets!”
spoonleg your the sexiest ass wiper I have ever not met.
Henryk_: do you have children or are you currently raising or assisting in the process?
My first thought: she looks like a Who.
Greenthumb, that’s the best place to play bingo, EVER.
not catching your meaning Nilbo. I think I aimed too high on that one.
woo woo…Andrea, take a deep breath now and count to three 1 2 3
Colleen, the extra eeeeeees make it that much better.
Believe it or not, I’m listening to a song called “Monkey” by Low. Jeeze…
Sorry, Kassi … to clarify: if she has five … my guess is that two of them are most commonly used for hearing … but not for our Bucky …
yay! i come back on and the latest post has ‘monkey’ in it!
Wow, thanks strizz. I’ll wipe your ass for free.
What can I say? I figured we should get this conversation back on the right track.
Maybe in a few years, I think I got things covered for now.
Good on ya, Kendra, it seems the kids have been bullied a bit today by a cloned sheep.
Okay, through no fault of this comment board, I am now home with a tetch of the flu. Urgh!
Do you think it was the five-hole conversation?
Green thumb……I am the proud father of three, and even prouder of my wife who did the lions share of rearing. I am able to compare the behaviour of others in the surrounding community and ‘talk’ with experience. I agree, bringing up baby is difficult, but sometimes it is easier to give in. You have to know when to do this and be aware of any resulting consequences of your actions/inactions.
Ooooh. Is that a onesie? How come they don’t make onesies for grown ups?
I love that look on Leta’s face. And oh yeah, pooor Leego, she’s starting to look like her foxy, slyph-esque Mama. Plllbh.
I assist in raising a 3 1/2 year old boy and, for the most part, I am in control. He has his moments when he does not listen, but he has always been a gem in public (lucky me). There was one instance, in our favorite pizza place, where he had a tantrum, and his screams could be heard for miles around. I could do nothing but let him scream, and once he stopped flailing on the ground, brought him to the bathroom to cool down and have a little heart to heart. So, in this instance, I had to let him do his thing, although it was embarrassing. You cannot always CONTROL your kids, you have to simply guide them. If you have that mindset, you are in for a rude awakening. I was one of those that got annoyed at parents that let their kids scream, but now I realize this is a fact of life. I do dislike when parents let their kids run rampant, only for the fact that the kid could be kidnapped or hit by a car. But it is a totally different story to let your child express himself. It is not all about what Little Andy wants, but it is not all about what we want, either. Give and take!
Bucky: five hole conversations don’t cause the flu. It’s the other way around.
Ohhhh booooo, people, employees are drifting in. I better start doing real work. Roll on lunch our!!!
Ha. I love her expression. She’s like “hey, whatever.” She’s an easygoing baby! At least in the photo…
Yes, yes, yes Katie! There is a time and place for everything! Bye for now!
Hee hee! What a cutie pie! LOVE the outfit, GIR! You be stylin!
Katie, love your blog! Love the goth on crack with his ripped shirt!
I have a sleeping spiderman picture too!
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