If you haven’t see this yet you got to listen. In my opinion the husband takes the show. It is very entertaining and the husband is hilarious. He actually sings “Living on a free tank of gas” to Bon Jovi’s “Living on a Prayer!” They are also very talented. There is a second video clip where they are actually on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and sing with the band. You would think they were pros. Just go to You Tube and type in pumpcast news. The name of the video is Pumpcast News, part 3 – The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Enjoy.
Some of you might not know but I am a huge Star Wars fan for all kinds of reason but the biggest is the transformation of Darth Vader. I also dig R2D2, my favourite droid!
I found this on another blog and I just had to share it with you. It is a spin off a popular Christian song from my childhood. If you have seen the Star Wars movies you will see many of the scenes and catch the humour in the song. Enjoy.
This is a cute picture of what the kids did to combat the sun being in their eyes as we drove in the van. The blue blanket is Shawn and the red one is Faith. The blankets are from daycare and we take them home every weekend to wash so they are clean for Monday morning and the rest of the week. I just happened to have these blankets in the van.
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Tonight while putting Faith to bed she said to me “Daddy, my blanket, Bunny Bear and David are in a brown bag. We need to get them.” I assumed she was reminding me that those items were being washed and she didn’t want me to forget to get them out of the dryer before putting her to bed. I was wrong.
I told Faith since those items were getting washed she will have them for bedtime tomorrow. She said “no, Daddy, my blanket, Bunny Bear and David are in a brown bag in my closet.” Then I clued in, I said “Baby, show me” and I opened her closet door. She pulled out her giraffe suitcase (aka as the brown bag) and unzipped it and showed me her blanket, her Bunny Bear and David. During her nap she had figured out how to open her closet door and put those items in her suitcase, then closed the door. Wow!
De-Ann came into the room and that’s when I shut the closest door and asked Faith to open it. Her door had a child-proof lock on it. We watched as Faith walked over to her closet door and pinched the doorknob to open the door. She opened the door. Just like that, she was able to open the door. I looked at De-Ann and we both smiled and laughed. We knew it was time to take away the child-proof lock. And with that De-Ann took off the child-proof lock.
Our little girl is growing up.
This morning I was taking Shawn to his class after dropping Faith off at hers. I helped him get his coat and boots off then proceeded to say “good-bye” to him. A good-bye consist of two hugs (one of each shoulder), a kiss and an Eskimo kiss (rubbing our noses together).
Shawn gave me the two hugs, as usual, them I proceeded to kiss him and before I got close to his face he said “no Daddy, I don’t like kisses.” I asked him why and he said “I don’t like kisses anymore!” Then he said, “no kisses Daddy. No Eskimo kisses either.” And off he went into his class.
I have to be honest, I was devastated. I thought to myself, “is Shawn too old for kisses?” Then I thought, “how could he be, he is only 3!”