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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Only Temporarily Only

Today Grammy came to whisk Samu away for a couple of days leaving Zuki in the coveted "Only Child" position.

In about 14 hours, I suspect they'll both miss each other terribly. As for me, I'm so tired of their constant bickering, poking, prodding, teasing, name-calling, punching and eventual brawling that might rival anything on the security cameras of the cafeteria in Riker's Island - that I'm considering drawing up adoption papers for Grammy to sign tomorrow.

But then again, who will entertain us?

With fashionable poses like this:

Where's yo dollah bills?

When I fold our laundry, who will know what to do with my bra instead of be baffled by it?

Let me keep these on until I grow boobies!

Zuki - I promised you a couple of days to pretend you're an only child. You won't have to share, be patient or tolerate any irritable brother syndrome.

Because when these Samu-free days are over - this is what you have to face in the morning.

Dreaming of chicken tenders






Samu who?

12 comments:

  1. Awe... but mom aren't we adorable? Think of what you would miss if you did not have us to keep you on your toes. We are a team like Bonnie & Clyde. What's Bonnie without Clyde? Boring... Only if we are together do you have a chance of earning those angel wings. :)

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    1. Zuki is already feeling lonely. He says he'll feel better if I "buy" him a skateboard!

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  2. Haha! My big kids can't wait to be rid of each other during the summer. Then they spend all day texting and Facebooking each other. Weirdos.

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    1. It seems the need to annoy each other never goes away. "Texting makes the remarks grow sharper."

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  3. Irritable brother syndrome - that's funny. :) Hell, it was ALL funny. Thanks for the smiles. :)

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  4. LOL! Love that last photo. The twinlets are in this phase where they'll hug, kiss and hold each other's hands..then it's back to the antagonising and bickering behaviour.
    God, that bra photo is priceless. I hope you plan to pull that one during his 18th :)

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    1. If I had more feminine panties, I'd bet he'd prance around in that, too. And somehow, age doesn't seem like it would make a difference!

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  5. You should see what my little boys does with my wife's underwear.....

    Thanks for the laugh, Namzola!

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    1. So, that's not a future blog post, then?

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  6. So adorable! I love the nipple tweaking pose lol! Don't worry about the bra wearing.....our pug has eaten several pairs of underwear.....it's just gross!

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    1. Considering the cost of organic dog food these days, underwear could be the filler...

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