Cuteness defined…


by my five-year-old:

“I’m going to lay on the couch for a nap.”

Minute later:

“I’m taking a nap now.”

Minute later:

“This is the last time you’ll hear from me before I fall asleep.”

30 seconds later:

“Want to see how cute I am when I’m sleeping?”

29 responses »

      • It’s like my son and his desire is to be a famous magician/illusionist. He practices and studies daily for hours. Who am I to rain on his dream? But I certainly encourage (gently–nudge nudge), a practical degree too. πŸ˜‰


      • I have a friend who is a radio show host, but he does magic shows on the side. So, who knows? At least it’s a safe past time. If not necessarily a very lucrative one!


      • I love magic, but it’s one of those specialties that’s said to be among the hardest to make significant $ at in show biz, and of course entertainment is itself hard for the avg. entertainer to do well at $-wise. However, if you look at my link I joke about how while I went into what’s frequently considered a practical & unglamorous field, I had a friend whose child went into entertainment & succeeded spectacularly; he loved magic too, but that’s not how he makes his living, although knowledge of magic figured highly in his hit TV show, overtly & covertly.


  1. Adorable! I had my exhausted, sugar-crashing toddler on my back (literally, in the carrier) on Easter Sunday. Could feel her little body getting heavy and her head starting to droop onto my neck, but couldn’t see her so I checked in, “Still awake, Baby Girl?”. She shook her head ‘no’…


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  3. Oh my goodness, your kids are adorable Betsy πŸ™‚ I love how they’ll be able to read your blog down the line and see all these cute things they do now.


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