Posting pictures of things that I shouldn’t.
But it’s not my fault, you should send me content.
You know how people joke about doctors not knowing which end to slap when an unfortunate baby is born.
After our kids were born and that conundrum was out of the way, the first thing that Ed and I thought was…
“Whose Fault Is It”?
No, I’m not talking about negligence but genetics.
For 2.5 years, we have pointed fingers at each other for the “messed-up-foot-situation”.
The time has come, for you my followers
to tell Ed that he is to blame, to set the record straight.
Whose Feet Are Whose?
Note that “Baby A” is Alexander.
If you’ve made it this far and think that you must be delirious because no one would ever post pictures of their feet on the internet (let alone their toilet).
Rest assured, you are fine.
Heheheheh – I don’t think I’ve stared so long at anyone’s toes before. I guess maybe Parent 2 (sorry), but they’re kind of a mixture of both. Either way those baby toeses are SO CUTE!!!
This is probably one of those times where I’m not supposed to say anything, isn’t it? Darn compulsive honesty.
I better not dream of toes tonight! (Now I’m staring at my OWN feet…)
Definitely HIS fault. At least he’s not like one of my son’s ex-girlfriends…someone once told her she should chop off her toes and start over, LOL. Thank goodness she will not be contributing genes to his offspring. And not just because of her funky feet…she was manipulative, selfish and dishonest.
Uh…not contributing genes to YOUR HUSBAND’S offspring…I meant at least she’s not contributing to my son’s offspring…my grandkids..oh never mind, LOL.
its def parent twos contribution! Haha Ive never stared at toes for so long before!!
Sorry about that. Won’t happen again. Actually, you’ve followed this blog long enough to know that it probably will. Okay, totally will. Sorry about that too.
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