Hi, blog world. Noah here.
So The Servant Who Calls Herself Mommy took some, what she called, “Stinkin’ Adorable” pictures of me last weekend, so she asked me if I could come up with a blog post to go along with them.
(You know, so it didn’t look like she was just filling up her blog with stinkin’ adorable pictures of me.)
(I personally don’t see what’s so wrong with that, but whatever.)
So I thought about it really hard…
And I considered telling you about all of the extra food that The Servant has had for me lately…
Which, apparently, making so much food causes other side effects…
…side effects that made The Servants buy this weird test Friday night – I don’t know what it was for, but they made me hold it because they said it’d be “ironic”.
The Servant Who Calls Herself Mommy failed the test, but seemed oddly relieved about it.
And here I thought she was an overachiever.
But besides that, I also wanted to tell you about the event that precipitated the stinkin’ adorable photos.
(What?!? Precipitated is totally not too big of a word for a five month old. I am a man of high vocabulary, after all. Yeesh.)
So. Saturday was weird.
The Servant Who Calls Herself Mommy dressed me up in this crazy outfit…
Put me in the weirdest and most chafing undergarment…
And then she stuck me in the biggest, coldest bathtub I’ve ever seen. It hurts just to think about it.
At first, I was pretty ticked because The Sister was getting to play in the big bathtub while The Servant just made me sit there and be photographed.
She was so dang happy about it, too.
But once I got in and saw that the big bathtub gave me Old Man Feet,
I was ready to go back to just being pretty for my pictures.
So to get myself out of the ridiculously cold bathtub, I used my secret weapon. I’d actually been saving it for six days for such a need, and what better place to unload it than in a bizarre, unabsorbant undergarment?
Ah, yes, I felt much better after that.
In fact, it was downright enjoyable to watch The Servants scramble around and hold me at arm’s length as my pooey mess dripped from beneath my swimsuit.
(Yes, I might be just a wee bit sadistic with my poo timing.)
But I don’t worry too much about them getting mad, because I know how stinkin’ adorable I TOTALLY am.
31 thoughts on “Dropping Off the Kids at the Pool.”
He seriously makes the cutest faces ever! I’m sure the adorableness just about makes up for the poo playdough factory!
Definitely. He’s lucky to have been blessed with such a cute face to go along with his not-so-cute back end. ;)
You weren’t joking about stinkin’ adorable!
Love that last picture! He looks like he’s trying to talk you into buying a car. :)
I love the title of this post! I’m twenty-nin years old and vague poop references always make me giggle. My in-laws are truck drivers and my MIL always tells us they just dropped a load at such and such a place:) She has no Idea but I’m always shaking with silent laughter by the time i get off of the phone :)
Well, you know, Noah IS a boy. He can’t help a few poo jokes every now and then.
But I have to admit – I’m a 29 year old girl and I still giggle at them too. But I totally blame that on Chris’ bad influence on me. :)
Speaking of 29 – it looks like today is your 29th birthday, right? If so, happy birthday!!!
Yep, I have to admit that these are stinkin’ adorable pictures, Noah! That blue shirt and those blue eyes look like they should be in a commercial to sell pools. I would definitely buy one. But leave the poop out please. :)
Oh, and I can totally understand why your Mommy servant would be relieved to have failed THAT test! :)
Yes. That would be what… 17 months apart? Others do it, I know, but I’m not that brave.
Your kiddos are so cute. Love Noah’s pool togs! He looks like a little surfer dude.
He is so handsome! I can’t believe how good he is at sitting. AK is still really wabbaly (sp?)!
I started sitting him up at 4 months with his hands down (tripod-style), so he’s been practicing for a while! With Ali, It didn’t even occur to me to actually “sit” her up till she was 6 months old, poor kid, so she got a later start than he did.
Cute boy! He is quite the sitter as well. Not bad for a 5 month old!
and did you really have a pregnancy scare??!
Kinda. I knew that increased milk supply could make other things stop again, but I wanted to make sure that was the cause!! Scary.
and I just reread and “got” the title of the post. Nicely done!
thanks ;) – that was all Noah and his boyish sense of humor, of course.
That last pic is adorable. What a look.
Stinkin’ adorable is right – love his baby blues. And he does have a knack for poo timing! Lucky you….
All pictures are “stinking” cute. I know how you like quotation marks.
Rachel!!! He is so cute! Not just stinkin adorable, but dirty rotten stinkin adorable !!!! :)
Oh my goodness. He really is cute, adorable, delightful…
That last one was yummy.
He is SO cute — what a cute post to go along with the pics.
Wow…great photos, Rachel! And could Noah be any cuter? He seems to be growing so quickly!
Thank you!! Yes, it’s going by very quickly this time!!
oh. my. goodness. soooooo adorable. HIS EYES! WOW!! Doesn’t it make you want to put him in that teal-blue ALL the time?!?!
Blue is definitely Noah’s color! And I loved the matching hat and swim trunks.
Is congrats in order for failing a test? Give it a few more months try again, maybe you’ll pass next time ;) I just recently found out that I passed this particular test. Maybe a stinkin’ adorable little boy is in our future, one can hope.
Oh how exciting! Congratulations!!! That’s awesome.
Totally adorable pictures!! Very creative title for a five month old. Whew…that would be more than a scare for me. I would have totally freaked out!!
Oh my you are definitely right… those are SO adorable!!! What a cutie! And what a scare too! Wow!
He is so amazing! and this just reminded me that I need to post the video I took of Evan in the pool for the first time…
Noah is extremely “stinkin’ adorable” in his blue swim attire…those bright blue eyes are gonna break some hearts one day!