Friday, September 28, 2012

What's Wrong With These Photos Photos

Have you ever gone somewhere, and upon arrival realized that you had no recollection of driving there?  Wednesday was one of those days, although I didn't leave the house.

Lately I have been avoiding the computer and the inevitable vortex that forms when I click on the very first Ellen clip on You Tube.  It's really a gateway drug, because one clip leads to two, two lead to six, and before you know it, it's 4pm, you don't know where your children are, and you have an overwhelming urge for brownies.

Photo credit here.
I know better, too.  I really do.  But her clips are so funny and sometimes I just need a pick-me-up after I've been spat on and wiped up four diapers containing what could only be described as nuclear waste. 

Plus, she makes Cael bust out his moves.

I just love videos and pictures just like that.  And taking two hundred pictures each day produces some great gems, but sometimes I notice things that aren't quite right after the fact.  Most of these don't relate to the topic at hand and therefore don't make it on the blog, but today is in honor of Ellen, so I thought I'd feature my own installment of "What's Wrong With These Photos Photos?".

Graham might have been the easiest baby that ever existed, but I think even he knew that his brother would give him a run for his money.

Trying to corral the kids while shopping is an incredibly difficult task, but apparently not as difficult as math for the employees of Dick's Sporting Goods.

What a deal.

Lastly, Graham was very happy with his birthday gifts.  The gifts seemed even happier than Graham.

So have a great weekend, everybody!  And don't forget to dance!

PS-- Also, stay away from YouTube.  You can get lost in there.


  1. LOL!!! :)
    I can so relate to the getting-lost-in-youtube mode. It's like a drug or something. But when you don't get out of the house much and are a mother to a very demanding toddler, youtube can be a Godsend sometimes. Except when my husband is home on vacation. I forget that the thing called internet exists! :)

    1. That's awesome that your husband can pull you away. I think mine occasionally drives me to it! (JK) But yes, it's a serious addiction... and a hard one to break!

    2. :) Nevertheless, he does love to tease me about spending half my life on the internet!


Leave your own "ism". Cael and Graham double-dog dare you.