Monday, August 24, 2015

Some Mondays...


It has been "unseasonably warm" here in San Diego.  Having made a promise to myself to not complain, moan, groan, or otherwise bitch about the weather, I am moving to something that makes me smile and laugh.


For a Monday, this is a sweet start of the week.

Slainte'

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    1. Come on, Alex! It was funny and sweet.

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  2. haha they are having quite the amount of fun

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  3. They ARE cute! First saw this on FB a while back.

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    1. It has been up on the 'tube for a while. I checked back on it because it made me feel good.

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  4. That's hilarious. I remember putting our daughter into a 'jolly jumper'...she screamed bloody murder.

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    1. Once my son was put in & strapped up, he went wild, giggling and screaming. If he had not worn himself out, I do not if we could have extracted him.

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  5. second time I've seen that one. Fun!

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    1. Watch it again and again and again...it is like a zen moment.

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  6. Darling video. I remember my grandmother's horror when we put her first great grandbaby into a Jolly Jumper. She was equally horrified when we painted the baby crib red (non lead) in 1965.

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    1. Oh, the new baby inventions! the Jolly Jumper gave me enough time to do dishes and start laundry.

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  7. It is better to laugh than to moan and complain. That was very enjoyable to watch.

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    1. Made me want to get up and dance, sorta.

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  8. Twins are always fun to watch.

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    1. Having twins must be a challenge, but moments like this? What fun!

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  9. Oh, they are just so cute! Like your son, my first loved his jolly jumper. He has been athletic from conception. That thing was a great help to me at laundry time!

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    1. My son was a gymnast within (dislocated one rib), and weighed 8 1/2 pounds at birth. Those jumpers were one of the greatest inventions(for babies and their mothers) in the 70s.

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    1. I have watched it three times over a week, when the dark house and I were together. Can't beat cute.

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