I’m in love with another baby

I’m in love with BabySophy, the “world’s youngest videoblogger”.

From what I can tell, this is the videoblog of a smallish French girl who has a stuffed cat named Mimi.  Her father (the Director) videotapes her and subtitles her gibberishy monologues in English with his own made-up captions.  I adore them even though it makes me terribly frustrated that I can’t figure out how to steal their videos and place them in my blog.  Theft should be easier.

Until then I’ll just link to my favorite one:

 Linkity, Linkity, link.

PS.  Why are my blog posts so shallow lately?  Is it because I am high on vicodin because of a herniated disc?  Answer – Yes, it is.  Is it also because I’m easily distracted and just can’t think long enough to write more than 2 paragraphs at a time?  Answer -Um…hey!  Carpet!  Maybe you should just not come for a few days and then read all the little posts at once and it will make you think that I’m a better blogger than I am.

Really, keep reading.  The next post may BLOW! YOUR! MIND! 

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  1. You know, Jenny, if you’d just share your vicodin with us, we wouldn’t give a crap what you wrote … or didn’t! Just a thought.

    Feel better soon!

  2. Ha! That was hilarious. I don’t have a problem with you posting cute kid videos while you’re taking… Hey LOOK! It’s something shiny!

  3. My husband had a very severe herniated disc and just had surgery 3 weeks ago. He is doing so much better. Have you considered surgery? Seen a neurologist/neurosurgeon?

    Feel better. I have seen first hand what the pain can be like.

  4. You guys are cracking me up.

    And yeah, I have been to a neurolgist but since the disc is pressing against my spinal cord it’s very risky to do surgery. Seems like it’s also very risky NOT to do surgery but what do I know?

  5. I’ll have to check that out later — after I’ve had a few drinks! 🙂

    Hope your back feels better soon. My husband had some herniated discs and easy-peasy surgery made him feel brand new. They cauterized and removed the bulging disc material that was pressing on his nerve and he felt like a new man!

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