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Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Pachelbel Daddy

Kudos to Carmen for sending me this video. It came at a very appropriate time considering the amount of night-type interruptions we've been having around here. Our good little sleeper has become our (early) morning person (and I'm not talking about Conner), and Olivia...

Olivia! She seems to think that the house is her playground to explore, preferably when everyone else is trying to sleep. At least she has the sense not to go outside. (Give it time?) I get up and find her trail of crumbs: her barbie doll put to bed in a laundry basket; an empty cheese wrapper tossed on the floor; Sean-Peter's cars lined up against the wall.

Since her wanderings seem to be the result of her difficulty falling asleep, and Sean-Peter's are his refusal to go back to sleep, you can imagine how the adults aren't very happy with the amount of time left in between.

If you haven't seen the video already, it is definitely worth a look-see. And the guy can sing.
Sean-Peter thinks "Pachelbel Bedtime" is funny, too.

1 comment:

Kathy from NJ said...

At the start of training, the class had to go in the "Barany Chair" designed to make one vomit. If anyone got sick they had to keep using the chair until they were able to stay in it for a certain amount of time without being sick. My nephew had an advantage because most of his classmates had just graduated from the academy or ROTC in college. He graduated from Embry-Riddle 8 years ago and was the "old man" of the AF class (at age 28). He's been flying since he was 15 or 16 and a commercial jet pilot since graduation from college but wanted to get in the Air Nat'l Guard - it took almost two years to get accepted and he's been training the "Air Force Way" for another two years. He said that everyone at his unit is pretty laid back - all first names whether you're a Captain or a mechanic.