October 24th, 2007

“Hey, let’s look at some of those pictures you took today,” my husband said after we put Bubbers down for the night.

“Okay!” I agreed, always willing to look at pictures. Especially ones of Bubbers.

We went to the computer and started going through them, exclamations of “He’s so cute!” and “Oh, Little Man, we love you!” pouring from us continuously.

Suddenly, Charming said, “Hey, go back to that last one.”

“You liked it? I liked it, too, he’s so cute,” I gushed as I clicked on it again.

“Uh, Love, take a closer look.”

I leaned towards the screen and squinted.

“Aaaaahhh!!!!” I began screeching, “My baby! My baby! Somebody save my baby!!”

Charming started laughing his head off.

“You didn’t see that when you were taking the picture?!?”

I couldn’t hear him because I was running wildly through the house in terror and fear, trying to save my baby.


If I had a spare $20 lying around the house, I’d give it to the first person who can see the source of my terror.

(Actually, that’s a lie. If I had a spare $20 lying around the house, I wouldn’t give it away. I would buy a remote for my camera. Sorry).

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Melissa | 10/24/2007 2:51 pm

AAAAA!!!!! Eeeeek!!

Mmmm…Need some more protein, Bubbers?? ;) Actually, it’s a pretty good halloween pic! Heehee…that’s a classic.

Melissa | 10/24/2007 2:53 pm

By the way, I think you should title the picture Spider (Little) Man. :)

andrea shaw | 10/24/2007 5:08 pm

i can’t believe you didn’t see the spider when you were taking the picture! at least he wasn’t bitten. still, it was a very cute picture!

Tearese | 10/25/2007 10:02 am

oo spider! Elora alternately tries to catch spiders in a cup (like mommy) and runs away from them so they won’t hurt her.

whimsy | 10/25/2007 11:59 am

YUCK YUCK YUCK. Save this picture for when Bubbers develops the Fear of Spiders, and wonders where it comes from.

Heidi | 10/25/2007 4:28 pm

Melissa–A Halloween picture… That’s a great idea! :) I loved your title, too–so clever!

Heidi | 10/25/2007 4:31 pm

Andrea–I can’t believe I didn’t see it, either. I saw it on the blanket at one point, but it wasn’t near him and it looked like a daddy longleg, so I wasn’t super worried about it. But this just creeps me out. My skin starts crawling every time I look at it!

Heidi | 10/25/2007 4:31 pm

Tearese–Wow, Elora is brave! (And her mommy, too).

Heidi | 10/25/2007 4:31 pm

Whimsy–Oh, dear. I hope I haven’t scarred him for life… He doesn’t look too concerned in the picture, so hopefully it didn’t do any permanent damage… :)


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