Saturday, July 11, 2009

Cornhusker IKEA

This morning had all the signs of a nice relaxing day. I had a bottle at seven, a three hour nap, a bottle at 10, lots of playing and a bottle at one. Then Mom and Dad got motivated and threw a wrench in our relaxing day. DOH! M&D packed up my stuff and me and we were off to the Legends.

M&D started with a late lunch at the Yard House but I found it to be a bit boring so I napped. Then we headed off to shop with stops at the Adidas Outlet and the Carter's outlet. Carter's is wall to wall, floor to ceiling baby clothes. I could spend hours in there shopping (is there a shopping gene?) but Dad rushed Mom and I in and out and all I got was seven new outfits. I know it sounds like a lot but five of the seven came on one hanger and as someone once said, "if you get the nachos stuck together, that's one nacho." In this analogy, the nacho is actually a... you know what, if I have to explain it to you, I want you close your browser and never visit my blog again.

After Carter's, we headed back to the car which unfortunatley couldn't have been much farther away. Of course, I'd be remiss if I didn't mention that thanks to Dad's front row parking spot, once we made it to the correct end of the mall we didn't have any farther to go. Here's an action shot of us walking to the car.

I know what you're thinking, "really, a picture of the parking spot? Really?" (that second 'really' is just what you younger readers were thinking. You older readers weren't thinking that... but you probably already knew that.) I thought the same thing (with the second 'really') but Dad started blabbering on about some front row parking gene he passed on to me so I thought I'd give him a shout out here. Happy Dad?

Next stop was to someplace called Nebraska Furniture Mart. That place is huge! We were there shopping for a new dish washer which I put up with for a little while but then I got hungry and had a bottle at Chez NFM. I was such a good girl that Dad rewarded me by taking me to see the fancy TVs. Dad and I had our eyes on this one but that was until we saw a projector aimed at a 108" fixed frame screen. We actually had to sit down to take in the view. After watching the new Transformers trailer (sweet!), it was finally time to go home.

After I got my 9:00 bottle, Mom read me a book called US Weekly which I guess is about people who are "Just like US." It wasn't necessarily like my other books but it wasn't bad.


Now I'm exhausted so I'm off to bed.

Until Later,
Avery

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