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To quote the fat bartender dude from S Central in "Forgetting Sarah Marshal" -

"I love puppets man - Big Bird, Bert & Ernie, Snuffaluffagus fucks my shit up"

"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming WOW, what a RIDE !!"
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the count is a pimp on sesame street hahahha

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As your daughter grows up, you will find the adult irony in many children's programs. Many of them have jokes or commentary that is meant for the adults that goes right over the kids' heads.




Except for that Barney creep.

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As your daughter grows up, you will find the adult irony in many children's programs. Many of them have jokes or commentary that is meant for the adults that goes right over the kids' heads.




Except for that Barney creep.

Craig she amazes me (and this is on topic)
yesterday the wife was on an ocd cleaning rampage and had me up on a step ladder clearing book shelves so the shelving under the books could be dusted.

While I am up there I pulled down these little foam things Keira has - they are stiff foam and have letters and numbers in them cut out that can be popped out... I hand them down to her and she sits down with them right below me and starts flipping through them (i gave her 3 or 4 of them) then she pounts at the number one and takes her finger along the second row and says "5, 6,7,8,9" while pointing at each #

She only says a handful of words (at least that I can understand - she jabbers a lot and we can pick things up in it sometimes) but this was clear as day. I had never heard her say any of those #'s before.

I guess it's really easy to impress parents isn't it?

That said - she is only 1 and a half years old!

She also sings her ABC's and Old Macdonald..

When you in the city next man? Gotta stop by for dinner sometime. Give the wife an excuse to make a nice dinner - we bought the huge filet's at costco so we have tons of nice healthy red meat!
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At that age, every day is amazing. Enjoy it. By the time she hits 12, you will be a old, foolish parent, which will last until she is around 20.

I get back in early May, and have track days at Putnam and Mid-Ohio. Still trying to figure out how to make my calendared schedule during the first two weeks! After that, it calms down until Memorial Day weekend. Somewhere in there I'll have to take you and Connie up on the offer.

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At that age, every day is amazing. Enjoy it. By the time she hits 12, you will be a old, foolish parent, which will last until she is around 20.

I get back in early May, and have track days at Putnam and Mid-Ohio. Still trying to figure out how to make my calendared schedule during the first two weeks! After that, it calms down until Memorial Day weekend. Somewhere in there I'll have to take you and Connie up on the offer.
I am doing mid-ohio
haven't scheduled any putnam yet - but talking about it with Dani and Wife.

Going to the mid-ohio 7.7 day and thinking about staying for the VMD weekend (track day is weds - hang out thurs - fri-sun is VMD)
Connie is talking about coming to VMD - It was one of our first "dates" - her first time at a race track
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My Mid-Ohio dates are 5/10 and 5/11, which are a Mon/Tues. July was too long to wait.

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