Wednesday, May 26, 2010


Okay, so Seth has discovered his penis. I mean, he always knew it was there, but as of late his foreskin has started retracting and he has actually been able to see it. He informed me one day a few weeks ago that "there was something in his wiener". When I asked him what, he pulled back the foreskin and showed me. I had to explain THAT was his wiener, it was quite the discussion, I assure you.

So, the other day it was time to get ready for school, so I told him to go get undressed and put his jams in the hamper and come back to me and I would help him get dressed. He dashes off, comes back and does his mandatory nude lap around the house, then comes running up to me (still naked, of course). He says, "Mommy, Mommy, look." Grabs his penis and pops it out of the foreskin, and says "TA DA"! Ta-da indeed! Boys!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

LuLu From the Bayou

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This past weekend was the Annual Waters Pig Roast at Adam's mom and dad's place. Check out the picks we took in the slide show above. I am still uploading the "blessing of the pig", I will get that up later. Enjoy!

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Happy Mother's Day

Check out the pics of before and after of my Mother's Day gift! Forgive the shine and puffyness, and try to disregard the stray lines (the artist didn't use them for the final product but didn't want to torture me by scrubbing them off), but I am quite happy with the outcome! You can click on each pic to make them bigger and see the details a little better.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Hamster Boy

This is probably super bad parenting, but we went to the fair this past weekend and there was a big pool full of giant inflatable bubbles you could put your child in. We put Seth in one, and he proceeded to crawl around like a maniac, it was hilarious! I am so sorry I did not have the camera, the sight of our little hamster boy was the best! He also liked the Ferris wheel, which was terrifying for me, it did not boost my confidence when we got to the top and saw the sign warning you that it was 125 feet to the ground either. Yikes!