namely, fit for a dog

funny how fings change

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Ahh…Sunday, blessed Sunday.

Sure the whole day-of-rest thing is great and all, but for theWife and I Sundays used to be all about the  Starland Vocal Band.  Okay not really the band, but the song.  Okay not really the song, but the lyrics.  Okay not really the lyrics, but the putting of the lyrics into practice.  That’s right…Afternoon Delight.

So theWife and I had a pretty sweet thing going.  Every Sunday.  Like clockwork.  Skyrockets in flight.

Then it all happened so quickly.  Check that…IT didn’t happen so quickly, but “it” happened so quickly.

You know, “it” being the moment we heard “the Noise”.  At the MOST inopportune time theWife says “did you hear THAT?”

In fact, I DID hear “that”.  Suddenly our  expressions and…[ahem] postures were much different than they were just moments before.

Looking around…we saw nothing.  Maybe just the house creaking.  Right, that’s what it was…shifting foundation.

“Wait…did you leave the door open?”


“If not you, then WHO?”

Turns out…it wasn’t the house settling.

Do you remember the Independent George episode on Seinfeld?  You getting my drift?  WORLD’S COLLIDING!

Our Afternoon Delight world had collided with No More Napping world.

So I walk into theFirst Born’s bedroom, where he is sitting on his bed.  His face white as a sheet.  Unable to look me in the eyes.

“Hey buddy! Whatcha doin?”


“How was your nap?”

“I saw you and mommy doin funny fings.”

[chirp, chirp]

I had no words.

What do you SAY?  What could you POSSIBLY say?  He was THREE YEARS OLD.

Well, needless to say we have had to find other reasons to like Sunday afternoons.

Chutes & Ladders anyone?

Written by eber

April 9, 2009 at 12:32 pm

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  1. Welcome to the club!


    April 10, 2009 at 5:39 am

  2. Eric I think I a little bit of pee came out while I was reading this, hilarious. Been there my friend, been there


    April 10, 2009 at 3:20 pm

  3. OMG..hilarious… i am speechless.


    April 10, 2009 at 3:20 pm

  4. That is funny as hell!

    So did he have any follow up questions or did he let it rest?? I’ve never been caught in the act but my plans of trying to engage in the act have been foiled many times by the kids.


    April 13, 2009 at 10:21 am

  5. Not sure which is funnier – getting caught, or the scrambling that goes on those times when you barely avoid getting caught. I hope the little dude recovers.


    April 15, 2009 at 10:13 pm

  6. two words– door lock


    April 28, 2009 at 2:03 pm

  7. Start saving for his therapy now.


    May 22, 2009 at 9:43 am

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