Thursday, August 25, 2011

Pretty, Happy, Funny, Real


I did get my doorway cleaned up and looking nice for that challenge, but never got anything posted. So, here it is. I cleaned off the CD shelf and put up some flowers. They are silk, but, hey, something is better than nothing. Perhaps, someday, if I have a flower garden, I can have fresh flowers regularly.


I bet you'll never guess what these are..... home made dungeon tiles! Yep, Hubby and I spent the last several evenings putting these together with corrugated cardboard, 1 inch cardboard squares, glue and black spray paint.  These will work great in our soon to come home-brew campaign. And it is something we did together.


For the first month of post-uterine life, Peanut didn't spit up all that much. But, he just needed time to get it figured out I guess, because he is a spit-up machine these days. Perhaps that is partly because he is an eating machine as well?


Oh, does this little boy love his hands. If he can chew/suck on both at the same time, all the better!

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  1. Your funny picture brought back a lot of memories! My first child was a spitter, and I have many pictures of my husband with a spit up covered shirt, and a fussy looking baby in his arms! Baby is also adorable!

  2. What a cutie, my youngest like to suck on his bottom lip. I suppose that is better than him sucking his thumb.

  3. What a cutie you have! My oldest was a spitter too, to the point that there were days I had to change every stitch of clothing I was wearing. No kidding! Good news is he'll grow out of it :)

  4. So, what do you do with dungeon tiles and how does that fit with home brewing? What will you be brewing?

    Maybe I'm a bit slow...

  5. The dungeon tiles are used with minis (little plastic figures) that show where each character is at. Very useful in "fights" and you need to know if you are close enough to hit this enemy or that one.

    Home-brew campaign -- the story line that we ourselves think up and design.

    It's all TONS of fun.


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