It’s that tiiiiiiime agaaaaaaain…
Comment of the week:
This week we’re looking at Melody‘s reply to Sharing Mommy:
Oh my goodness. With this face staring at you, even poop smells like roses, I’m sure!!!!
SO CUTE!!!!! More beautiful/handsome by the day.
Funny you should say that! If I haven’t mentioned it before, Bennett’s poop surprisingly doesn’t smell bad! He’s still only being fed breast milk. As I understand it (and as other mothers have confirmed), formula-fed baby poop smells a lot worse. Isn’t that interesting? That’ll probably change when his diet expands, right?
And I love that you think he’s cute. I love when other people say what I’m thinking! *wink wink*
Spam of the week:
From Priorseephets in response to Dear Spam/Comment of the Week, Part 2:
If we check out the concise explaination the expression appreciate, installing relations to a captivating connection together with yet another, although being a experiencing that is engendered should you have miltchmonkey a more rewarding partnership with yourself also ( blank ) or even like a a sense of increased oneness with your family or perhaps human race , it then will become even more really clear that any individual wants in your life will be adore.
Do I really wanna “miltchmonkey a more rewarding partnership” with myself? Sounds fishy. I didn’t know I could be in a partnership with myself. And the increased “oneness” with “perhaps” the human race? The problem with that is that everyone is so different, I’d have to be thousands of different people in order to be one with them all. And I don’t wanna be schizophrenic… Except that I’d probably be one with you.
Miltchmonkey!?! I must incorporate this word into my everyday vocabulary.
i’m amazed that you were able to make ANY coherent sense out of that comment–it sounds like someone just strung a bunch of words together mad-libs style
you gotta wonder where some of this stuff comes from!
Well, this one may not be as far out as we think. ‘Miltch’ is clearly ‘milk’ in this context. Pretty sure person is referring to bond formed by nursing. Milch cow is a ‘milk cow’. Maybe ‘t’ was a mistake or how it is spelled in this person’s native language. Giving the benefit of the doubt, think this says you adore the person whom you nourish.
Just in the mood to be kind, given the high honor you bestowed on me this week 🙂
Wow! Good call….I can kinda see that now….kinda.
What the balls is a miltchmonkey?! Anyways….. I’ll take your word on the flower-smelling poopies. LOL