I’m still unable to access my wordpress account at home. This has caused me to have to go to the local cafe, order a mocha latte, and sit in adult silence for a couple hours while uploading posts.
It really bums me out.
I love it.
So before we get into a side by side comparison of two city tours, I’ve gotta show you Ruth’s reaction to a new dvd set we bought for her. It has five discs, one of which is titled The Counting Numbers Song! I’m already kinda burnt out on it. Maybe watching Julie Andrews movies would be better, where she’d learn Do Re Mi instead of numbers. With an accent.
Yes, I’d love for her to have an accent. I’m going to work on that.
But for now we’ll stick with the counting number song that I’m not sure if Ruth likes or not.
Here’s the progress. I’ll speak for Ruth:
What did you just put in. What is that noise. What am I laying on.
My sports bra, Ruth. I’ll throw it in the other room. Listen to the song….
Hey, this is kinda cool! Let me get up to see it better.
Ehhh, what are those things singing. I can’t tell if they’re real or not.
Stop this right now! I can’t take it.
Wait. Is it funny, really?
Counting One is Fun Fun Fun. Really.
Love, Love, Love, the baby pictures! I want to snuggle her up 🙂
Tee hee. I’ll give her a good one for ya!
This looks like the progression of my face when I watched King of Kong: Fistful of Quarters. Every emotion possible. And I loved it.
Based on that, I NEED to see that documentary.
[…] And because it’s smack in the middle of the room, we get into the toy box more while watching The Counting Song. If you haven’t been over to Cue The Banjo to see how much Ruth loves this DVD, check it out. […]