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William, Pete, Bob and the big excitement.

Posted Oct 23 2012 3:00pm
I tried. I had the cutest little video of William brushing his teeth. He pulls up his little stool, climbs up and then we go through the toothbrushes in the holder. "Is this William's toothbrush? Nooooo. It is Grandma's. Is this William's toothbrush? Noooooo. It is Grandpa's. Is this William's toothbrush?" (insert his excited babbling and pointing here) "Here it is!!! Here's William's toothbrush!!!"

This is exciting stuff, here, folks. We rinse it under the faucet and put on the toothpaste, and then he brushes his teeth with Grandma. He's become fascinated with the whole spitting process and has begun to imitate spitting into the sink. After he has swallowed the toothpaste, of course.

Cara urged me to get the video, and I thought that I did, but for whatever reason can not down load it. I'm really quite sad about that, but you'll just have to take my word for it. It's the cutest darn thing ever.

I suck at pictures, but I am bound and determined to begin adding pictures of my world to this blog.

 This is Pete, the former owner of Bob. He and his wife came to dinner, and to see Bob up on the wall. We took photographs of the great day. Pete had been hauling Bob around for 30 years, but had never hung him on the wall, because his Linda, a woman of uncommon good sense, would not allow it. After all this time, Pete finally decided that his wife actually meant it, and that is how we came to inherit Bob. Because I am NOT a woman of uncommon good sense, I guess.
Pete and Bob had quite a bull session.

I will close with another bit of exciting news. I got a call today, to interview for a COTA job at my company. I am afraid to get my hopes up. At the same time, I feel like I am on the verge of seeing a big dream come true. I am not sure how I will be able to endure the wait until November 2nd.
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