still going...

This morning I changed 4 diapers (full and overflowing) before the boys had been a walk for 1/2 hour. Is it possible that the people at huggies are engineering little bugs like "rotavirus"?

And these stomach viruses that babies get are supposed to not really have an effect on adults.

Yet as I try to work on this Sunday's sermon for my friends at FBC, my frequent (and hurried) trips up stairs beg to differ.

Oh well, it's nice to have a good excuse to fall back on.


firm is good

well, lindsay ellis says that posting funny videos doesn't count for blogging.

So here is a quick update.

Went to Los Angeles last week to sell music for stock20

It was a pretty good trip.

Came back to explosive diarrhea from the twins.

The diapers can't contain it.

So between 5-8 times per day-per boy, we change all clothes and launder some brown onesies.

Poor Isaac's bum is so sore.

He makes a sound like gurgling thunder, then goes and hides under the table because he doesn't want another changing.

It's a stomach virus, so as long as their squirting, they can't be around other kids.

I never thought I'd be so happy to find a nice firm log in Will's diaper, but he made one this afternoon. This is good news. It means the end should be near.

Hopefully in time for playing with the cousins over thanksgiving.


mmm.... pigeon tastes like chicken


And you Think Our Campaings Get Nasty

here are my questions:
1. Are these two trying to capitalize on the popularity of hockey? (Listen to the crowd cheer)
2. Is the sign in the upper left background a "no big bird" sign?



"Amateur" by Lasse Gjersten



The Computer Guy

This one is dedicated to a friend of mine who will remain nameless.
We'll call him "Shtony Shpetty"

Via: VideoSift

Don't forget to write my brother (David) in for Governor of MI

A campaign video for the Michigan 2007 elections