Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Poops, Moves, and Emotional Fats

There are pros and cons to having all girls. Potty training is one of the pros. Lucy, our 28-month-old, snaggle-tooth muffin with hair like Frasier season 1, just decided the other day that she wanted do her business in the toilet like her big sister. She's even pulled the little stool over to climb up there and drop a couple deuces that looked like infant Klingons. Two down. One to go.

Becky REALLY likes this show. I keep finding myself wanting to see how many crossbow darts could be shot into those whiny fat people before they finally shut their pie-holes. Seriously, all the Biggest Loser contestants do is cry. Wah wah wah, my whole life has been about tacos. Wah wah wah, I miss my mommy. Wah wah wah, I have a jelly bean embedded in one of my back folds.
And all that blubbery blubbering is rubbing off on MY wife. We need to get back into Heroes.
And Nora can crawl now.


GordonandChrissy said...

I have to say - I had never watched that show until I heard Becky say she liked it. And now, we watch it too! Well ... during the commercials of Shark Tank (the BEST show EVER!)

And, I was laughing so hard at the video. Because, last night - at that EXACT part of the show - where he came home to his wife and she said he looked so great and she ran to meet him at the door ... I too, started to cry. Who wouldn't? It was so sweet.

Well, I guess Jon wouldn't. But - what WOMAN wouldn't?

The Wynn Family said...

I also enjoy watching "The Biggest Loser", but sorry Becky I can't say that I have ever cried for them. Way to stay in touch with your emotions. :)

Jon and Becky said...

You've always been tougher than me, Danielle. I think that's why I always felt a bit intimidated by you...tough Danielle.

Megan and Jeremy said...

I wanna see a show about the biggest winners. That would be a tear jerker!