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Colleen's Blog – January 2012 Archive (3)

There's No Place Like Home

Back when Mr. Pants was the teeniest of tiny babies, I was overcome with emotion thinking about one day sending him to school. I shit you not, I cried about it. Postpartum hormones were not very nice to me. I was an unholy mess. I would stare at my perfect little baby and cry about all kinds of things. He would maybe get married someday (tears). He would someday sing in a Christmas pageant (floodgates). Someday we will snuggle and watch Goonies (Sniff Sniff). But the most frequent…

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Added by Colleen on January 28, 2012 at 9:36am — No Comments

The Ballad of Blue Duck

About a month ago, Mr. Pants spent a few hours with Grandma Pants. And Grandma Pants knows a thing or two about gifting things to kids. There was no way the kid was coming home empty handed. What I didn't expect though was to be given a box of plastic weighted ducks. Muticolored plastic ducks. I thought, "Really? Now what am I supposed to do with twelve colored ducks?".…

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Added by Colleen on January 21, 2012 at 9:50pm — No Comments

Parking Decks, The Staples Guy and Psychotic Pig Puppets

I fall a little more in love with my kid every single day. But today, he got double points. Because he is a rock star. This was our morning. 10:00 am : We arrive in the parking deck. When your kid is obssessd with cars, parking decks are like Disney World. Mr. Pants becomes overwhelmed with his need to point to every single car and yell, "Cah-er!". Then we walk behind a conversion van and his mind is blown. He looks to me as if to say, "Mama, what is that effing amazing and glorious…

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Added by Colleen on January 19, 2012 at 12:53pm — No Comments

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