Ah...it's FALL, the most beautiful time of the year, when the leaves change color and fall to the ground. (Guess that's why they call it FALL, huh?) Get into the spirit of the season by catching all the acorns you can. Move the basket left and right with your mouse. Keep the basket moving, or the squirrel is liable to get hit by leaves.
Hugs Hugs can tell you it's okay to be yourself. Hugs can tease you out of your too-serious moments. Hugs can show someone's listening -- even when you're not making any sense. Hugs can comfort your little-kid needs and give you hope that things will be all better someday soon. Hugs can let you know there's someone you can count on in this world. Sending you a little hug with lots of love.
house blessing may your house be a good house, a special-just-for-you house, a sunny-day-no-worries house, a perfect place for home. may your house be a good house, an always-there-for-you house... and may your days inside be spent the way you like the most.
Your New Little Miracle Ten tiny fingers and sweet little toes, One parents eyes and the other ones nose, A mixture of love, a blending of two Your baby is here, and your world is brand-new! Wishing you and baby a world filled with Gods blessings. Congratulations
Welcome to the world of Grandparenting! It's probably been a while since you burped your last baby, so now is a good time to see what you remember from those joyful days of caring for a newborn. Just answer the following questions to determine what kind of grandmother you're going to be. But hurry... you'll be getting that call to baby-sit any day now! When a newborn cries, the best thing to do is: a) cradle baby in your arms b) check baby's diaper c) give baby a bottle d) turn up the volume on Oprah. The ideal way to test a bottle is to: a) dab the contents on your wrist b) grasp it in the palm of your hand c) use a kitchen thermometer d) remove the cork and take a swig. You can always stimulate a baby by: a) attaching a mobile to a baby's crib b) talking to baby with puppets c) playing classical music for baby d) wearing that awful polka dot dress of yours. To properly dispose of a diaper, place it in: a) the laundry basket b) a trash can c) the diaper service receptacle d) the bag that goes home with baby. In order to keep large, dangerous objects away from baby, you must: a) do a thorough inspection of your home b) keep decorative items on top shelves c) lock cabinets that baby can reach d) duct tape your boobs. When it's time for baby to leave, you: a) collect baby's toys and put them in a bag b) bundle up baby in a blanket c) give baby one last kiss d) call a cab Score: 12 points: Congratulations! You are the perfect grandparent. Baby is going to LOVE you! 8-10 points: You're on the right track. With a little bit of practice, you'll make a fine grandma! 6 points: You might want to hire a nanny when the little one comes over. 2-4 points: Thank goodness this baby doesn't depend on your 24/7. 0 points: The results of this quiz have just been forwarded to the Child Welfare Board. Pack your bags, Granny!
Take away all the idiots, losers, and psychos in the world plus, all the annoying people in the world Plus, all the people you thought were nice, but actually weren't Plus anybody you don't know (because they don't count) and who do you have left? ...US Here's to best friends!
JUST BECAUSE I THINK THAT YOU'RE SO THOUGHTFUL AND, JUST BECAUSE I THINK THAT YOU'RE SO KIND WELL, JUST BECAUSE I THINK THAT YOU'RE A GOOD FRIEND AND GOOD FRIENDS ARE SO VERY HARD TO FIND YOU ALWAYS MAKE ME LAUGH CAUSE YOU'RE SO FUNNY AND YOU ARE USED TO ALL MY SILLY FLAWS I'M TELLING YOU I'M SO GLAD THAT WE ARE FRIENDS BECAUSE, WELL, WELL, WELL, WELL, WELL, JUST BECAUSE You're a wonderful friend!