Friday, April 27, 2007

The Many Faces of Samuel

Because everyone deserves a good laugh and Samuel proves faithful at delivering them around here, I thought I'd share a "Day in the Life" tale with Sam as the star. All of these pictures were taken on the same day. It is evidence that you certainly can get glad in the same pants you got mad in. Sammer does it every day.

Happy Times. I've had a haircut....and survived. I am happy. Life is good. Did I tell ya'll how happy I am?





















Not only happy...but cuter than baby ducks. We are talking about lethal cuteness here.
























Same day. No pain was inflicted. There has been no physical trauma. No large man-eating reptiles crawling through the front door. Just a teensy bit of alarming news......

The ice cream man has appeared to skip our street.

Outrage. Lunacy. Riots. It's time for a plain-o-crazy fit. Look out people. When your tears are mixin' with your snot and running like a river into your mouth....and you don't care, then you know it's bad. You've been there. Admit it. I was there last week.



















I can't go on. I won't move. Life ends here. There is no tomorrow.




















What's that? The ice cream man took notice of the hysterical children bouncing around the cul-de-sac foamin' at the mouth? He saw a lucrative opportunity and he took it. He came to our house. Ice cream was purchased and Samuel's blood pressure returned to normal. That simple. No drugs. No shock treatments. Just Spongebob with gumball eyes.

































3 comments:

Leslie said...

Oh, that was funny!! He's adorable.

Tiffany said...

Okay love his hair! Too cute! And wow Emma's hair is super long! I don't think I've ever seen it that long and it's not even down! BEAUTIFUL!!!

Spongebob always does it for me too on the crazy days!!!!

kittyhox said...

Your son is such a good looking little boy, but is it wrong that I think the cutest photo is of him crying about the ice cream man?! What a cutie!

My little guy is only one, but he already goes from happy-go-lucky to the-end-of-the-world (and back) in about sixty seconds.

I love being the Mama of a little boy! They're so much fun!