Wednesday, July 27, 2005

What I Learned At The Doctor's Office Today

Our child now resembles an uncaged, wild animal more than a sweet cherub stricken with stranger anxiety.

My petite genes are dominant.

Those wooden tongue things are the most fascinating object ever constructed, and if you even think of prying one out of the hands of a kid resembling an uncaged, wild animal, the screaming produced can actually crack ceiling tiles.

The first shot doesn't hurt. It's the two after that sting a bit.

Stethoscopes are even more enticing than wooden tongue things.

Graham crackers can gain you forgiveness for just about anything - even multiple shots to the thighs.


At 10:59 AM, Blogger becca said...

You are always so clever! I enjoy your blog! Happy Late Birthday Sarah! You are too precious! I'm sad we missed y'all at the Frio. Maybe we can all get together again one of these summers and hopefully for a "family reunion" rather than for a family wedding or a funeral. Well, I guess a "wedding reunion" would be acceptable, but it is the later that isn't what I wish for. Love,
Becca :)

At 11:41 PM, Blogger J Fife said...

Thanks, Becca. We're really sorry that we didn't get to see you this year too. We're anxious to meet Julianne. With all of the kids, get togethers are really becoming quite chaotic. It's great!

Hope to see all of you soon!

At 12:15 AM, Blogger FlirtinFelicity said...

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At 11:32 AM, Blogger Gama said...

She's grown too fast.

My puppy bites so hard I have lots of scratches all over.


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