Thursday, February 10, 2011

Letters Of Intent

I can't believe it is Friday! This week has been so crazy that it just slipped away somehow. Since it is Friday ( and I am realizing it before it's too late) I am going to link up with the wonderful Julie at Foursons. Have a great weekend everyone!


Dear Lula Mae,

You are quite a budding artist my dear.
An artist who is so very proud of her work.

But if you don't stop chewing your tongue while you work on things you will be a tongueless artist!

Love,

Your Mommy Who Prefers You To NOT Chew Your Tongue Off

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Dear Hubster,

Stop teaching Jayce to walk! Did you bump your head?

Love,

The Lady Who Wants Jayce To Stay A Baby For A While

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Dear Hubster,

I think it is cute that Lula Mae thinks you look "fluffy"....

but do you think it is still suppose to be that swollen? It was only one wisdom tooth! I think I will be calling the oral surgeon and asking a few quick questions. Sorry you are so frustrated about the healing process. I can imagine that it really does stink. I'm trying to be helpful however I can.... but you are not exactly the nicest patient. Just saying!

Love,

Your Wife Who Loves You Madly Even When You Are Grouchy

9 comments:

Tiffany said...

Oh man - so sorry you got the grouchy patient! Jerome was a loopy goofball when he got his out!

And Lula Mae is quite adorable artist. I love the tongue!

Emmy said...

Yes at times I even find myself trying to teach Ryder to crawl and get around, but then I think-what am I doing??

And the tongue thing, I totally stuck my tongue out while concentrating as a kid and still do it today, haven't bit my tongue once :)

Rachel said...

Ahh, no worries - all ballerinas stick their tongues out while learning a new piece too! :)

And I was dead set against anyone teaching Itty Bit to walk! Loving that baby stage!

And ouchie about the "fluffy"... methinks you guys need some answers!

Foursons said...

I used to stick my tongue out when I was learning to write. :)

Once a baby learns to walk life becomes infinitely more hard. Tell him to stop that nonsense!

Sorry about the cranky patient. They aren't easy for sure.

Thanks for linking up!

deepintheheartoftexas2 said...

She is painting a Mickey that is so adorable!!! Perhaps the tongue sticking out is a sign of concentration?? I do that.

Hope your patient loses his grumpiness! Have a great weekend!

Beth Zimmerman said...

Lula Mae is precious! I LOVE those curls! And I agree with a previous comment that the tongue thing is a sign of concentration! A lot of us do that! :)

I love the baby stage! Don't blame you for wanting to hold on!

Definitely call the dentist for the fluffy guy! That's a LONG time to be swollen!

Shelly said...

Sitting up on their own is a huge help. Walking on the other hand... no thank you! Perhaps the pain meds have something to do with your husband's decision to teach him to walk.

And Lula Mae? Adorable. Period.

Heather said...

Uncle Buck and Uncle Eric chew their tongues...so it's genetic. Good luck!

HeatherOz said...

Ugh! Husbands and their wisdom teeth! My hubby had all four of his taken out not long after we were married! He had a very good surgeon but he milked it for all it was worth! LOL