Thursday, January 26, 2006

Knew Kntting

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Not too long ago, Mommy knit herself a pair of fingerless gloves out of blue silk yarn. Then she knit Daddy a pair of wristbands. I told her it was my turn for something knit. She made me a pair of fuzzy slippers using fuzzy yarn from Bachan. I like looking at them. It makes me happy. But when I put the slippers on they tickle my toes. "Too fuzzy!" I say. Mommy threatens to give them away to my little cousin Siobhan and I tell her that I want to keep them. Mommy also made me a pair of matching fingerless gloves. I like to wear my gloves on my hands and wear Mommy's gloves on my feet, but only when Mommy isn't looking.

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

I love coffee

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Mommy and Daddy drink a lot of coffee. In fact, Mommy gets pretty grumpy when she doesn't have it. Usually I drink hot cocoa, but when Mommy and Daddy aren't looking, I take a sip of their coffee. Woah that's bitter! But still, I smack my lips together and say, "Yummy!" The best part about coffee though is the chocolate covered cookie that goes along with it. Super yum.

Me, Myself, and I

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Life is tricky. Sometimes there are things right in front of you and you go to touch them, but it feels nothing like what you expect it to. I walked into a bathroom with Mommy and lo and behold, there are three of me. I'm one of them, and there are two other Yoshis staring back. How is this possible? I tried playing ring-around-the-rosey but their hands were cold and flat. I think they were stuck behind glass. I tried to pull them out. No luck. We laughed and played pattycake. Then I had to go. It looked like they had to go too. We all waved and said "Bye!" (at the same time even!).

Sunday, January 08, 2006


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...Isaac Browne!

Mommy and Daddy's good friend Dan is now a Daddy. Here he is with his baby. The baby's name is Isaac. They live on the other side of the world, and since I don't know how to swim or fly, I probably won't visit them any time soon. Maybe they can come visit me.