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Random Nothingness

Todays’ post will come in random order:

1. Ellie doesn’t have meningitis spots. She has leg cooties, so says the doctor.
2. I hate seafood but I eat tuna fish.
3. My chunk child weighs 14 pounds, 5 ounces. She will pound you.
4. Our car got broken into last night.
5. I’m going to a shrink today. I’m crazy.
6. Where do they get all these little kids who dance hoochy like on TV?
7. I don’t like nuts but I’ll eat the ones on airplanes.
8.I like bananas but not in food.
9. My boobies hurt.

17 Responses to “Random Nothingness”

  1. Robotnik
    October 7th, 2004 13:40
    1

    Today’s comments will come in no particular order
    1. I like the new format; I don’t have to type in my info every time I make a comment–T-Bone, you listening?
    2. My 2 1/2 month old just got her 1st 5 shots in the legs yesterday–she does not have a fever and she is only mildly cranky w/Daddy to-day (she’s up to 25 inches and 13 lbs. Watch out Ellie)
    3. I have a Gin problem–there isn’t any more left in the house.
    4. I’ve missed my shower opportunity to-day.
    5. What the hell do you add to powdered water?
    6. Surreal life my arse, they ought to come to my house.
    7. Goodbury’s rocks! Thanks SJ for the tip.
    8. All politicians are swine.
    9. I am going to strangle each and every one of those damn Wiggles. That feckin’ Potato song has been stuck in my head for weeks. I’m turning Gillian on to Miles Davis and John Coltrane.
    10. I have nothing to say.

  2. sarah
    October 7th, 2004 14:15
    2

    ah yes, the official diagnosis of leg cooties. modern medicine, aitn’t i grand? i also hate seafood, but lurve me some tuna in a can.

  3. Arianne
    October 7th, 2004 15:15
    3

    1. Hey, good news. Charlie has little bug bits on him and gets these weird “do you have chickenpox??” looks.
    2.I hate seafood AND tuna fish. Its a combined texture and skank-ish smell issue with me.
    3.Awesome
    4.bummer…what’d they take?
    5.brave girl…let me know what they ask you ;) email me after you go and convince me I have no reason to be scared of He/She Who Shrinks Heads
    6.Yeah I always wonder that too…also how are they do damn good at it? did they start practicing when they were 2?
    7.me too, why is that? we feel obligated because they gave them to us, we need to be distracted from thinking about “going down”, or we are just always starving?
    8.i only like banana flavored candy, not actual banana’s
    9.Gah. Ditto!
    10.Its funny you stopped at 9.

  4. brilly
    October 7th, 2004 16:35
    4

    Excuse my ignorance but what are leg cooties? I thought cooties were things that live in your hair.

  5. Sarcastic journalist
    October 7th, 2004 17:34
    5

    leg cooties= the spots on my child’s legs. I spent $10 for a doc to tell me that. Hurray for modern medicine!

  6. Robotnik
    October 7th, 2004 18:23
    6

    Ha! $10.
    My final bill for our daughter was: $63,000!!!
    (obviously, we didn’t have maternity health ins.)

    THAT is the problem with our country…not Iraq, not even the War on Terror. What an Orwelling joke!

    And, yes…I’ll be making medical payments for the rest of my life.

  7. Robotnik
    October 7th, 2004 18:24
    7

    Orwellian, I mean.

  8. James
    October 7th, 2004 19:31
    8

    You’re not crazy, you’re just ………………. unique.

  9. Lila
    October 8th, 2004 09:52
    9

    $63000…..WHAT?????????

    I live in the UK now where everything is free and a lot better than in the States. robotnik is right…..the USA is the ONLY developed country in the world without a national health system.

  10. Robotnik
    October 8th, 2004 10:04
    10

    Lila, you’ve read right. Wife had emergency c-section, and baby spent 5 days in the ICU.
    Total: $63,000 and change.
    I’m moving to London.
    I’ve had it.
    I’ll be paying for my girl for the rest of my life.
    Feckin’ lack of social system.

  11. Antonia
    October 8th, 2004 12:35
    11

    Well, I guess this is one of those times when I thank my lucky stars for all that I don’t have. Our annual income qualified us for Medicaid, and we never even saw a bill. Is that just a TX state thing? Honestly though, I would pay $63,000 for John-Malachy in a heartbeat.

  12. Antonia
    October 8th, 2004 12:36
    12

    Oh, and to the ladies with the sore boobs- it goes away. Only to return with a vengeance when the teething kicks in. It’s all good though.

  13. Laura
    October 8th, 2004 12:55
    13

    Robotnik - you need to check with the hospital financial services. My BF had a premie baby and they did have health insurance and Medicaid still paid for all of their deducibles.

  14. Laura
    October 8th, 2004 12:57
    14

    I meant deductibles. Damn fingers.

  15. Wendy
    October 8th, 2004 14:47
    15

    1. Isn’t modern medicine just grand!!!!!
    2. I love all seafood EXCEPT sashimi.
    3. Chunky babies are the cutest babies.
    4. It must be in the air. My nephews car was also broken into at BYU. Those dang Mormons!!!!
    5. Not crazy at all. Smart enough to seek someone else to talk to.
    6. From their prostitute mothers and pimp daddies?
    7. I only like nuts in my candy.
    8. I like my bananas dipped in chocolate and frozen.
    9. Are you getting mastitis again?

  16. yvonne
    October 9th, 2004 00:14
    16

    how many weeks is ellie? Gabby was 12.5 ounces at almost 5 weeks, I’m curious to know how much she weighs at her appointment next week. YAY FOR TITTYMILK!

  17. Robotnik
    October 9th, 2004 19:15
    17

    Damn! 12.5 OUNCES at 5 weeks!
    Now that’s a tiny baby.

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