To get you in the spirit of family fun and of course, heaps of dysfunction, here are a few Thanksgiving day laughs to get you going...
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Now, he wrote that when Ollie was still a baby and clearly having poor judgment in choice of words. I admit, I was guilty of leaving things on, but there were SO MANY THINGS! Between the docking stations, noise makers, mobile... Two years later, we still have the same conversation. I remind him it's not always due to forgetfulness, what about those bloody Furbies? Those evil possessed things don't have an off switch! I know, I've looked!
1) Buy or borrow a good digital camera. Get a pile of batteries ready and test the thing out BEFORE you're in the hospital. Practice how to do a "macro" or close-up shot of your kids hand holding a finger (grannies love that sh!t) and make sure you have a memory card in it. I can guarantee you that if you forget the bloody camera when your baby plops out, the rest of your miserable life won't be worth living. They are also a great excuse to 'disappear' when the lavender-scented, patronising great Aunty Noleen strides on in with a poorly knitted baby cardigan and insists on putting it on the baby immediately. Simply exclaim that you're "out of batteries" and have to duck out to get some more. Lifesaver!The only things FTD and I agree on when it comes to batteries are:
|Note: I broke the little polar bear out of the egg so I could show you what he looked like. |
Normally the egg shell breaks away leaving the animal to grow!