Sunday, June 21, 2009

I Could Do Sappy





But what would be the fun in that? Happy Father's Day to my babies' daddy. I hope you have a great day, even though we're hanging with my family and then driving for eight hours. Love you.





27 comments:

  1. That actor is good! He feigns boredom like a real pro.

    Happy Father's Day, Mathman!

    Hurry up, Lisa. I put myself in a box and was over-nighted there. Have your dolly ready, so your, Mathman's, and my Ménage à trois can come in time for the gift-giving!

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  2. Why do sappy when you can do beautiful?

    Those pictures are great. Enjoy your day and your drive

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  3. Great photos........I hope Mathman has a great Father's Day........I gave Kevin his gift last night, after midnight......glad I got that done.
    Travel safe girl.

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  4. Happy Father's Day, Mathman!! (Lucky kids!!)

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  5. All beautiful babes! Thanks for sharing the pics. Have a great day.

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  6. Bloody hell, they're all actors...

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  7. you have got a great family thanks for sharing some pics and I hope Doug has a great Father's Day

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  8. Happy day! (Nice pictures. Families are so stressful except when they're not.)

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  9. Nice, you do sweet just fine. Happy Father's Day to Mathman and all the good dads everywhere.

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  10. Great shots. I got pastries in bed from my wife who worked all night. Life is sweet.

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  11. I love those pictures. It's so weird to see genes replicate themselves, isn't it?

    Your comment about the "content" of your day cracked me up. Lucky, lucky Mathman! My babies' father got to play computers all day -- and smoke a cigar inside the house.

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  12. But why do sappy when it's clearly a lovely family day for you all. Hubby is handsome too. Lucky you -- happy Mommy's Day! ;)

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  13. My son thinks these holidays are nothing more than a conspiracy from the Greeting card & consumer industries.
    But I tried explaining to him, with parenting you put everything you've got into raising your kids.

    Heart • Soul • Blood • Sweat & Tears.

    Parenting is not for the weak! It takes a lot of fortitude to go the distance over all those changes over all those years.

    Now I'll shift into the jewish mother persona & ask in a guilt ridden way:

    Is it too much that you should take one day a year to give thanks to your parents?
    Do you KNOW how much they do for you?

    Time to go make some nice chicken soup.....

    Actually, I;m thinking sheesh kabobs today.

    But seriously.... my husband used to get up in the middle of the night. Change the baby's diaper & whatever else needed changing & hand me a fresh clean baby to nurse.
    I will never forget his kind, and caring parenting.
    He was there for it all. Still is.

    Cheers to all Father's who are there for the kids, and know when they had children.... they were stuck for life!

    Just kidding (or am I??).... they fell in love with those kids, and are in it for better or worse.

    Hooray for Happenin' Dads!!!!!

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  14. Happy Father's Day, Mathman. I hope you got to relax and enjoy the day too, Lisa.

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  15. I love finding fellow writers blogs. Hello:)

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  16. Lisa thanks for such a nice post with all those pics with me and the kids. I feel that I needed a haircut in most of them. Thanks, I love you.

    And thanks for the kid comments.

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  17. Nice montage....Hope he enjoyed the day.

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  18. Happy belated Father's Day to Mathman! Lovely pictures!

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  19. Adorable, I like your family. Sorry it's been so long, I lost all my bookmarks and life's been a bey-otch of late, but I've found you again, so it's ok

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  20. I made sure to get my old man a card and a new set of grilling tools. He was most pleased.

    We haven't always seen eye to eye but I'm trying to love him anyway.

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  21. Happy belated Dad's Day to Mathman.

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  22. Alright Mathman, now that you've gotten your card, go cut the grass.

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  23. RandaL, I mowed the lawn before we left!

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  24. Great photos! Freida, it just might be a foursome. I too think that Mathman's a hunk. I dream about him how and then. Sorry I'm late with the Father's day wishes, but you sure made great looking smart kids. You too Lisa. Nice work you two.

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  25. Math - happy father's day, Man. those are some beautiful offspring.

    Now. What godess is Chloe portraying? ;-)

    You guys are looking good and happy. So good to see. Hugs one and all.

    All the love,
    Gina

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  26. Congrats to you all! (I just love the pix of parents and kids.)

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  27. this was "suggested" at the bottom of your post today.

    Dang woman - you and MathMan made some BEAUTIFUL children.

    Good job.

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