Mommy doesn't care if you're hungry.You don't get anything to eat until you sing the song!Don't make Mommy chain you to the radiator again!Do you know what happens to little boys who don't listen to their Mother?That's right they get traded in for a vacuum cleaner at Wal-Mart!Yeah it's cute,but do you really think six year old's understand or want to recite the Presidents,memorise songs or bang out Classical music on a piano of their own volition?
I love it, at lest his song ain't about rolling on 24's.
Wait!!!!!!! how cute is he?Did he just pull out his PDA?I love it!
DJ - i can tell you don't have kids if you think that boy is 6 years old!
Yup,just throwin out random numbers.I am missing one of the required key ingredients(a partner) to whip up a batch o child,but I am always working on it!
JJB and Tanyetta, thanks. I knew the sisters would love this!
I look at the baby and think, "He looks a little like Obama," and then he begins to sing....He could play Obama (during childhood flashbacks) in a made for TV movie. :-D
Very cute, and dj that first part of yours was really funny, enough to make me actually laugh out loud. That little boy is only 3 at the most, and I love that his mom has him connected to something like politics at that age, as opposed to Barney. Now, let's hope Obama doesn't let the baby (or me) down.
^ I'm in love with his mom, sight unseen.
so cute! i asked my 7 year-old niece who she wanted to be president. she sighed and said, "the boy." why? "because he has good ideas for the country."
^ Kids are so cool!
Sad part is that in humor there is truth and the trade in for vacuum cleaner part was something I was told frequently as a child,only at Sears,instead of Wal-Mart.Didn't affect me at all though and the fact that I beat a door to door vacuum cleaner sales person as well as the vacuum to death is pure coincidence.
cute and there is a heavy resemblance to the Presidential candidate there :)
The Child has a Blackberry! Now that's what I call precocious!Dude, it's great to find you still writing your a$$ off...back at College Park my girls & I used to read your editorials faithfully every week. Glad to see your talent has made way for you, your health is good and your career is flying high.
^ Thank you for that sweet comment, Coquinegra.
My pleasure. I still remember 2 pieces vividly...what they were about...the phrases. How hard we screamed reading them!... and brother, that was 1983! You had a serious fan club back then and you still do now. Go 'head with your bad self---write on, write on
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