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Friday Fun on a Thursday

TGIF, everybody!! Once again, you’ve survived another one, and the long weekend is so close you can almost taste it. Since you’ll probably be gathering with family and/or friends over the weekend, you may want to sharpen your repertoire of party tricks to help you get through the awkward lull in conversation after everyone has just eaten their own weight in barbecue. For this reason, I share with you my youngest child’s “Cool Trick!” courtesy of Yo Gabba Gabba! of the Noggin channel. I see a lot of blogs where people post their six month old reading Shakespeare or their 3 -year-old reciting all the states and their capitols. But let me assure you, that here at The Drunch, we value entertainment over smarts any day of the week — and even more so on holidays. Hope your weekend is fun, fabulous and filled with family and friends as we celebrate the freedoms we are all blessed to enjoy in this great country. In the mean time, feel free to tell me how incredibly awesome my kid is.

Oh! I almost forgot. My husband says I have to preface this one with by informing you that they had all been eating chocolate cake, and we were just about to get cleaned up before nap time. For this reason (and not at all because their mom believes you only have to look good if you plan on leaving the house), they look a little bit like homeless children. See you on Monday!

Cool Trick!

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  1. Tamara says

    We love Yo Gabba Gabba! Very cool trick!!!! He makes his Aunt proud. Much better trick than our little one pulled today. She and her dad were on their way to change a poopie diaper when she decided she should stick her hand down the back of her pants. I was trying to nap, but couldn’t help but hear her dad yell, “NOOOO, don’t do that! Now you have poopies on your hands!” I quickly closed my eyes hoping I wouldn’t be called in to help with that one!

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