|So I still don't know who it is in Korea that's so interested in my blog.... |
But in other news!
I've got a new recipe up on my other blog. Roasted Veggie Pasta. Try it tonight! You'll love it!
|Apparently I'm very popular in Korea. Despite not blogging consistently on here for over a year, my view log stats have shot through the roof. And 99% are coming from Korea. And a few random views from France, or Spain, and one in Virgina.|
So let's play a game! If you stop by here, even if I know who you are, drop a comment with your location! Let's see who's out there reading me :D If I get enough response, I may just attempt to start blogging on here again.
|Just updated my other blog on today's "blizzard" and fun doings! |
|So I've update my other blog with more pictures from Nutcracker and three recipes! Check em out!|
|The innocence of children is such a beautiful thing. Toddlers can walk around saying and doing the most inappropriate things and more often than not, we laugh at them. Their sweet ignorance causes them to think that band-aids and kisses really make anything feel better, from bumps and bruises, to scratches, and even growing pains. More than once during a growth spurt, my offspring has come to me complaining of sore elbows, or knees, and begged for a band-aid. Once applied and sealed with a kiss, he runs off feeling better, and thus, begins removing the so carefully applied band-aid.|
But the boo-boo he incurred this morning really took the cake.
My son really enjoys dressing himself. This morning, that consisted of gray boxer briefs, a long sleeved navy shirt, and black tennis shoes with no socks. He was running around his room while I quietly sipped my coffee and tried to be awake. Suddenly....
.... his running came to a full stop and he landed on his butt with his food folded up under him. I was pretty sure he wasn't hurt too badly. He stopped for a moment to asses his feelings on the situation, then stood up and began walking to me.
"Mama! I hurt my butt!"
"I see that baby. But you are ok. Go play with your toys."
"No! Mama! I hurt my but! I need a kiss!"
"Forget it Zach. I'm not kissing it."
"Mama! Kiss my butt!!!" he exclaimed pointing vigerously at the spot that apparently needed desperate attention from my lips.
My brother Alan happened to be in the room at the time and saw the whole thing go down. We both died with laughter. He was quite insistent! "Kiss my butt!!" Of all the things I have imagined hearing my son say, I'll have to admit, I NEVER thought I'd hear that come out of his mouth.
The Loving Boo-Boo Kisser,
Mother of a Two Year Old