Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Hi, my name is Erica and I am a…

polkaholic.  I can’t help it.  It started when I was in 4th grade (wow, I really do sound like an addict!) and my mother made me a dress with pink polka dots.  Nothing in life has compared to that dress.

After pimping the blog last night I realized it looked a lot like my other blog—both now have polka dot backgrounds.  I can’t help it—I LOVE polka dots.  Spud should just be thankful I haven’t been able to find any boy or gender neutral polka dot clothes or he would also be sportin’ some dots.  IMG_2231_edited-1 I did crop his little butt out of the picture.  Didn’t want this haunting him later.  I do have a bad habit of sticking random letters or numbers to him.  During meal time I will stick the number ‘1’ to his forehead.  He looks so cute!

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Yeah, the Spud lives in a gated community.  Oma bought this for him last week when she was visiting.  It helps me out since I can put him in here and know that he is safe.  She thought he looked more like an inmate—with the bars and stripes and all.  All he needs now is a tin can to drag across the bars. 

2 comments:

Kate February 24, 2009 at 2:05 PM  

Love your new look, dots and all!

Heather February 24, 2009 at 4:27 PM  

I like the new layout. Those are manly dots too. i am a big fan of the polka dot. cute pics. and I like his new play area. Nothing wrong with keeping them contained so mom can make dinner, dishes, or just be hands free, running around free for a little bit. And he looks delighted.

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