Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Finley's Four Months and Ask Papa, Part 2
My little lady is four months already!
She's our little princess, our sweet girl, and our little beauty.
When she smiles her eyes sparkle and when she laughs she surprises herself. It's so funny!
Eric doesn't know it, but I thought I'd add a little of my own commentary in here. Just to spice things up. Because he's a man of few words and, as you know, I'm a woman of lots of words.
Did you see Michael Moore's new movie yet? If not, why not?
Capitalism: A Love Story has just been added and moved to the #1 spot on my Netflix queue.
I have no excuses for my untimely, irresponsible behavior. To whoever asked this question, thanks for the kick in the butt -ha
Well, Avatar just came out, so the Michael Moore movie got bumped. We'll tell you how we like it after we watch it, dad. I mean, "anonymous."
What are three words you would use to describe yourself? What are three words morgan would use to describe you? What are three words your kids would use to describe you?
Me: slow - easy - going (kind of sounds "special")
Morgan: slow - come on get with it - brilliant!
Kidos: big - good looking-papa!
I tried to get him to change these because they're wrong and not three words. But, if you asked me I would describe Eric as hard-working, steady, and hot
What is your favorite holiday? Why?
I like Christmas because of the family and food. Sounds cliche, but bare bones honest.
Never in my life have I heard Eric use the phrase "bare bones honest." I guess the real Eric is coming out on the blog.
Do you eat organic?
I am evolving back to the dirt of organic life. Slowly, but moving forward. In the last 12 months my family and I regularly eat organic eggs and beef. Laid, grazed, and butchered locally. Also we drink organic milk. I am planning on getting a lamb for butcher from an Orland farm. I want my kids to meet it first and see where their meat comes from. I remember growing up my Dad raised a sheep in out backyard that our family named Snowball. Then one evening we were eating Snowball. I would love to give my kids these same experiences.
First of all, Eric was laughing hysterically telling me the story of Snowball the sheep. I think it all sounds a little horrifying.
Second, we've been eating mostly organic for quite awhile. We've just been making the big change with our meats.
Third, I don't like lamb.
The last and final part coming up soon. Any more questions for Papa?