The Bodacious Belgrade Blog

March 8, 2009

You Are All Jackals

Filed under: Uncategorized — bunitingi @ 10:36 pm

I just want you to know, i personally would never thrust so many bloody photos a baby on the world. I mean fer cryin out loud people, who in their right minds wants to look at unending photos of someone else’s baby? Not me, i’ll tell you that.

But you people are jackals. All of you. I keep getting unending e-mail asking for more blog and more photos, HOW MANY PHOTOS DO YOU NEED? He is not Brittney Spears. Normal people do not want to psend this much time looking at other peoples’ babies. (granted I can sit around and look at little photos of him all day long, but from my mighty testicles hath he doth come. Forthwidth yon.)

So fine, jackals with no lives, here, look upon his awesomeness and weep.







  1. I see that tabasco bottle on the table, revealing that the boy isn’t quite mobile yet. One day, everything below waist level must be child-friendly, for crawler curiosity knows no bounds.

    Comment by matthew — March 9, 2009 @ 4:08 am | Reply

    • No, we still have a few months. What on earth am i going to do with my power strips? We’ve got a bunch of them.

      Comment by bunitingi — March 9, 2009 @ 1:45 pm | Reply

  2. Get those little plastic plug covers for the empty sockets. Alternately, you could just wrap your power strips up in towels or cloth, so he would at least have to work at it before electrocuting himself.

    Comment by matthew — March 9, 2009 @ 4:38 pm | Reply

  3. Nail the power strips up on the wall out of reach, or just put something bulky in front of them. Nathan was actually not that bad, except that one time he was chewing a thumbtack he found somewhere and I nearly died, right there on the spot, visions of perforated intestines and dead kid warping my brain.


    Sounds like you’ve found something that works. And the only transferable knowledge my time as a parent has given me is: for the love of God, go with what works. I mean, not Nyquil cocktails or anything. But otherwise, go for it.

    Nathan was terrible at self-soothing, and crying out did not work with him (as in, he was indeed capable of crying for over an hour/till he threw up), so we stayed in his room till he slept. And then when he got a bed, we laid down with him till he slept. And then about 7 months ago or so, we started going to another room and doing our own thing, and now that’s fine, though he tends to work the “one more drink of water” thing.

    Comment by emjaybee — March 9, 2009 @ 9:51 pm | Reply

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