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Monday, April 27, 2009

Ah, Dallas.

Sometimes, well, most the time if I speak the truth, Dallas makes me laugh. Hard. Like today.

The following was said while shopping at Target:
Dallas: We're going to have a baby.
Me: Yes.
Dallas: Like, a real baby. Not a kid. A baby. One you have to carry around and everything.

While leaving said Target:
Dallas: Do you hear that baby crying?
Me: Yes.
Dallas: That's going to be you... at home... with a crying baby. And I'll be at work. (With a semi-smug smile on his face).

I do love him so.

Call me crazy, but do you want to know what one of the little joys in my life is? Pushing the spellcheck button and seeing the phrase "no misspellings found." I love that. I'm sure Kalie would appreciate it as well.


k&kchamberlain said...

Big smile! I'm watching Seven Pounds. It's good. When did you know? People said it was pretty confusing but I actually think it was written to kinda come together just right.

marciea casselman said...

Um, I think the realization of the fact of an impending baby must have hit him that day. It is such a nebulous sort of thought until that baby is born and put in your arms. Then REALITY hits!!
Don't you love husbands?

angied said...

haha dallas is funny! i cant wait for you to have a baby again. i cant wait to see her and hold her!

Rachelle Van Wagoner said...

Thats hilarious! I cant believe how fast your pregnancy has gone by, well I say that - maybe not for you...but really, only 68 days?

Erin said...

So you are officially down to single digit weeks left. YAY! I'd better see you between now and then.

The Harveys said...

Just you wait.

Patty said...

This blog totally had me laughing out loud. Husbands can be so funny. I was looking at some of your older blogs. So sorry to hear about your aunt. I loved the picture of the pregnant tummy. Noone has the right to be so little and be that far along in your pregnancy. You look so wonderful.
Have a great week. love you. bye now.