Sunday, December 26, 2010

Eternal Reflection

This picture is one of my recent faves. Dad thought it would be funny if this moose (a word I can say) rode my lion.
I did NOT think it was funny. It also made me suddenly want to play with my lion. Does it count as 'not sharing' if I'm not sharing with a stuffed animal? Hmm, probably.

Here's a picture of me sitting on Mom's lap looking at her computer.... on which is a picture of me siting on Mom's lap looking at her computer... which I assume has a picture of me sitting on Mom's lap looking at her computer. It's kind of like Stephen Colbert's eternal portrait. Also, there's a sticker on Mom's face.

I have no idea what was going on here but I'm pretty sure I wasn't "gonna take it anymore!" Network references, so topical!

Grandma & Grandpa Herbert came over on the 8th, I assume to play with me. It's hard to believe these two pictures were taken 12 minutes after the Network picture above. I guess G&Gs can just have that effect.


I LOVE climbing pretty much anything these days and that includes kitchen chairs. On this day I grabbed my sticker book and helped Mom make ornaments for her "hand-made international ornament exchange." Go ahead and let that one soak in.

My sisters are cute.

I got to play over at G&G H's on Friday the 10th. We stuck around a little later than usual because Dad was working late at home. More time with G&G H? Cha-ching! (cash register joke - so punny)

I got a TON of stickers in my Advent calendar and was having a lot of fun with them. I was even 'sharing' them with my sisters. Is there a pet equivalent to Child Protective Services? Do you think they'd frown on involuntary sticker wearing? Hmm, probably.

Aunt Abby came over after work to do some playing. I've been enjoying the fireplace lately and showed her how cool it is. I mean, it's been like a month since I've gashed my head open so I'm probably due right?

Stay tuned - I visit Santa tomorrow... or at least in tomorrow's recap of events from two weeks ago. So topical!

Remember, you can't take it with you, but you can lick it so no one else can take it when you're gone.

Until Later,
Avery

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