My favorite version of this song!
This is what my kids look like when they see a train pass by our house.
Yes, I let her go out in public with her crown.
And we live on the Right side of the tracks!
Remember when we were interviewed for that documentary?
The director (with the grey scarf), camera man (obviously with the camera), and the sound guy came to the house and shot some photage of the kids playing.
I baked them chocolate chip cookies which meant they hung out even longer. So good tip - if a film crew is coming to your house have warm cookies waiting for them so you can chat them up.
They were wonderful, fascinating men and I hope I get to see them again.
Princess Lydia on the phone.
My slippers were falling apart. Then a kid puked on them and there was no saving them - into the garbage they went. I've been wearing Trav's Homer slippers, hoping that I'll get a new pair for Christams. These slippers are obnoxiously big and thin on the botton.
And I don't like having those four huge eyeballs looking up at me all the time.
Bennet, whom we sometimes refer to as a raccoon, was quietly dumping things down the register vents when I wasn't around.
When Trav went to the basement to clean out the vents he found
- 4 small puzzles - 2 sippy cups -8 beads -1 pair of panties -2 socks -1 toy baby bottle -1 watch -1 small watering can -1 teething ring -1 small plastic cup
We don't have a fireplace and I've run out of room on the bookshelf for the stockings. This year St. Nick filled our stockings that hung on the staircase.
Where do you hang your stockings if you don't have a fireplace?
Bennet is so cute!
So is James!