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Monday, February 15, 2010

Gorilla Girl

I really have nothing specific to write about tonight, I just didn't want anyone to think I have permanently neglected my blog. The truth is, I have quite a few things to blog about-I just haven't uploaded pictures off my camera yet, so I cannot do the posts I am planning because frankly, I am tired today. I still-yes, still- have a sick child. The circle of nastiness continues to go round and round and round here in the Bunch house... It has now plagued Ethan. Poor little man. Let me tell ya, when he's sick, he sure is pathetic. I have this sneaking suspicion he might have his 3rd ear infection in 10 1/2 months...if he's still miserable tomorrow, I'll be calling my good friends at Catalina Pediatrics! Wouldn't it be nice if they could just write out the prescription and bring it to me in the car because this might be one of those days I have to take the trio all by myself....uugh.

Anyway, I am guessing I should go to sleep now...it's almost 11:00 at night. I'm mad at Jake for picking Vienna over Gia. I'm frustrated that Ethan continues to wake up crying and I'm tired. There's just lots going on these days. So I will leave you with this darling (but horribly grainy) video of my sweet little Hunter girl. She has this very ape-like grunt sound she makes, particularly when she wants your attention. The flailing hands are not to be ignored either, I must add. You almost half expect to see her beat her chest! She cracks me up.... You may want to scroll all the way to the bottom of my blog, push pause on the music and then scroll back up to listen to her noises!


Jen said...

Maybe that's Hunter's way of saying she wants a banana? :) Too cute. I love the videos. Keep 'em coming!

Jaymee said...

Maybe your lil Ape and my lil Ape should see each other more often. Then they could "go bananas" together! Of course if we do not tend to the grunting and flailing fast enough we tend to get more of a velociraptor sound...

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