Monday, November 27, 2006

Thanksgiving Weekend in bullets

  • I love these bullets
  • Thanksgiving Day was awesome. We had originally planned on staying home with me cooking (NOOOOOO!!!!!!!) and people coming over to visit...thankfully we nixed that idea after I complained that I didn't want to have to give the house the scrubdown of the century after everyone left, because people leave messes whenever they come to my house. So we went to my mother's house at 3, (she likes to cook early) and left at the sign of the first tantrum by Little Man. He has this problem where he knows my mother won't let me yell at him or anything, so he can get away with anything, so to spare my mother's ears from my yelling at her to let me parent my own child, we left just in time to make it to Daddy's aunt's house, where his family was. We just had dessert there, because we were stuffed but we had a good time. We rushed home to get there in time for the Pinks! All Out Premier which started at eight, (told you we were going to watch that!) so we got into pj's and settled in. With full bellies and cars on tv, we were good.
  • Which brings me to the fact that we have cable! We got it the day before Thanksgiving, just in time to watch Pinks! and it was so funny, right after it came on Daddy and I sat on the couch and he asked me what we should watch. I shrugged and said "Just flip through the channels, it feels good having more than three channels to flip through." He laughed, but bet your ass all we did was channel surf till we went to bed. I thanked Selfish over and over, but she kept brushing me off. She says she remembers what it was like to be without cable and being home with the snow (which is coming soon!). So it was a gift for us. I think that's the least selfish thing I've ever witnessed coming from her.
  • Daddy's birthday was Saturday. We went bowling with everyone. We had fun, we haven't gone bowling since I was pregnant with Little Man. He got new clothes from his sisters and mother, and I bought him a hat and sweater to match the outfits. His sisters and mother were actually running bets on which outfit he would wear, but he got them, he wore one piece from each gift (they were all color-coordinated) and the hat I got him, and said "I have something from all my girls." Sap.
  • We found out that Little Daddy has a myspace page. I'll wait while that sinks in for you- a five year old was given a myspace page. We all found out about it and want to kill The Whore, because really, who does that? What's funny is that she made the page, and she made a list of the people that Little Daddy loves, and she purposely left out Daddy. I know she did this to be childish and just to get a reaction out of Daddy, it just goes to show what an idiot she is to play these games. I pity her. She needs attention, I guess her boyfriend isn't giving her enough.

I hope you all had a good Thanksgiving.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm glad that you survived the festivities without many scratches! I, too, didn't want ANYTHING to do with cleaning my house for ANY reason lately. NO NO NO. Leave my dust bunnies and hard food stuck on the hardwood ALONE. ;) xoxo

Melissa said...

Sounds like a good week-end, though I am still a little taken aback at the fact that a 5 y.o has his own MySpace page. My God, what will our boys have when they are "grown"?!?!?!?!

Diana said...

oh, so you have the smushed gummy bears (vitamin fortified Gerber Baby crap) on your floors, too?!? LOL!
And my dust bunnies are my friends!

Diana said...

melissa- I was floored when we found out. I wish she would take it down, I hate seeing kids on myspace...

dennis said...

you have cable and the first channel you went to was NOT Speed TV??

turn in your Union Card now missy!!

Anonymous said...

His own MySpace page?!
That's really, really weird.

(Is he friends' with Elmo's page?) - that would be funny)

Diana said...

dennis- I know I should be ashamed of myself. *hanging head down*
tony- that actually would be funny...