Monday, August 28, 2006

And Then My Watch Melted And My Giraffe Caught On Fire

The other day, while breastfeeding, I made a decision not to pluck the long hairs growing from my nipples because I liked the way they curled around my baby’s nose and made him look like Salvador Dali.

12 comments:

Mony said...

Now that's entertainment!

Kara said...

Funny!

The first time I noticed my rouge nipple hairs I thought it was attached to my daughter's mouth. I was horrified. It got worse when I tried to pull it and not only did it HURT, but it wasn't attached to her, but to me. Specifically my nipple.
That was NOT in the what to expect when you're expecting book!

DD said...

You might rethink that decision if one of those hairs makes it up his nose and he sneezes milk from his nose all over you.

Ewwww.

k #2 said...

Hysterical -- how about a picture of that?!?!?

Spanglish said...

Ova Girl... you are too much.

Anne said...

LOL! This is the best thing I've read all day.

mig bardsley said...

LOL. several times.

pixi said...

Oh boy, something else to look forward to!

Too funny!

Z said...

THIS IS SO FREAKING HILARIOUS! because i can so relate!

soralis said...

:)

Anonymous said...

I once heard of a toddler who had the habit of chewing her own hair and rubbing it over her mouth to soothe and comfort herself. Turns out she was craving attention from her Mum (who it was later discovered, had very hairy nipples). All part of the experience for your little one, but it did bring a smile. Love your blog.

Anonymous said...

omg so funny!