Tuesday, April 29, 2008

How You Know The Baby-Child's Home

You will recognize her by her sparkly teeth and fancy earrings.


  1. Awww, thanks Mama. What you don't tell people on the world wide web, or not just yet because you're still happy about me being home, is all the dirty dishes I leave around, the extra food you have to buy specifically for me, the laundry I forget to put away, and the pile of shoes I leave by the front door. But thanks for focusing on the positive and making people think that I'm a good, smiley girl. That's very nice of you.

  2. Oh, Jessie. You ARE a good smiley girl and you know it.
    You can't fool me.

  3. I'd be a good smiley girl too if I had that many effing toothbrushes. Jesus Pleasus.
    Actually, wait, on second thought I think one of those actually IS mine. Maybe I should move home, too.
    Oh ladies! I have the best new joke! Call me! It has a chicken AND a cow in it!

  4. A chicken AND a cow? Is there a nun, too?
    I'll call you.
    Maybe all you children should move back. That would be fun, don't you think? Obviously, we have enough toothbrushes.

  5. Well, come on then, Juancho, and bring your soup pot. We can never have too many soup pots.

  6. I'm pretty sure that one of those toothbrushes is mine, too.

    Hey, that's my cow and chicken joke!

  7. You children sort the toothbrushes and jokes out amongst yourselves.


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