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Saturday, April 02, 2011

You can spend a fortune on a state of the art toilet seat, but at the end of the day, you just can't beat a living room potty...

Andrex Kitten
That's Chloe standing in for the Andrex puppy. And loving every minute of it. Let's face it, it's a nationally reported fact that she can't stay out of the bathroom, so she's seen her fair share of toilets over the years. And now she's on one in the living room. It must be a dream come true. I might call The Argus.

As for Amelie, today's her two-and-a-half year birthday, which is obviously a major milestone in the life of any toddler. Although if she thinks she's getting presents, she's got another thing coming. Namely, disappointment. Scarily, however, she already appears to have reached an age where she can interpret my moods and thoughts without me saying a word. I popped home from work yesterday lunchtime to check if I still had a marriage, and whilst there, Lisa asked if I'd pick up her and Amelie from her Mum's at the end of the day.

Naturally, as a caring and dutiful husband, I instantly sighed, rolled my eyes and looked doubtful, to which Amelie responded by looking straight up at Lisa and saying "Daddy doesn't want to pick us up". She then ran over to me and said "Pleeeease pick us up, Daddy! Go on!"

This doesn't bode well for the next fifteen years.


Phil's Mum said...

Thats VERY worrying.  I was already thinking she could read minds!

Phil's Mum said...

I suppose Amelie was 'wearing' Chloe to protect her modesty.  I'm still not sure you should send it to the Argus though.  Its nearly as bad as taking photos of your child in the bath!

Dave said...

I have nothing to add.

jon the bassist said...

You need to be careful over the next 15-20 years that Amelie doesn't find out about the substantial amount of money you have trousered and deposited in that Swiss bank account you told me about, after pimping 'Chloe Showering' to the Worlds press.  If Amelie ever wants for anything then that kind of disclosure to the radical fringes of RSPCA could spell trouble for an up and coming retinal screener like yourself.
Lets hope nobody ever mentions it.