In one of those interesting juxtapositions of grammar, when she wants to be carried (which is most of the time), Tutus says “Carry you” rather than “Carry me”.
Not very long. Good thing I had high speed film.
If you’ll notice, Devon is using his hands to get his turkey onto his fork…
Tutus gave her approval to the turkey–covered with jelly, of course.
Tutus amuses herself wrestling with a pillow. What’s scary is sometimes she loses.
Is he grinning because his eyesight is warped by manipulating his eyelids, or because he knows he looks goofy???
Carving the holiday bird is a male rite of passage, and a skill acquired over the years. First lesson is learning what it is you’re looking at. It’s kind of scary that we give that big of a knife to someone who doesn’t, hence the title of this photo, which is culled from an early Pink Floyd song, in case you didn’t know.
Although there was room at the table, the two rugrats wanted to sit in their child chairs on the floor for dinner, creating their own Thanksgiving table. Of course if we had set them on the floor originally, they would have wanted to sit at the table.
If you don’t have little ones, you may not know that Diego and Dora the Explorer are “it” for the current crop of kids. One of the first words Tutus was able to say clearly was “Dora”. The shows are actually pretty good, using themes from old fashioned coloring books and computer interfaces to educate as well as entertain. Of course there is an entire line of merchandise, including these table mats.
Mister Doodles has graduated to Doctor Doodles. Of course like most doctors he couldn’t find his butt with both hands and a flashlight so he’s borrowing his nurse’s (his mother is studying to be a nurse).