Saturday, February 25, 2006

I was born with a plastic spoon in my mouth

I love this picture because it reminds me of the song, Substitute by The Who. I think I may have been born with a spatula in my mouth instead of a plastic spoon. But I am sure the spatulas used when I was a kid were metal and full of lead paint. Kids today have a wide variety of choices when it comes to kitchen tools as toys. The turkey baster also makes a great chew toy. The garlic press can provide hours of fun with play dough. I think the spatula is ideal for teethers though. Another favorite is the empty Poland Spring Sparkling Water bottle. I am not sure if the bottle itself is the appeal, or the anticipation of actually getting something out of it. Enough rambling. I just like this picture because these are two of my favorite good things and it reminded me of a third favorite good thing, The Who.

5 comments:

Lindsey said...

I love it. Who knew that buying fun kitchen utensils would bring enjoyment to so many? Your baby is SO cute!

Ben said...

I love the Who (I even mention them in my favorite music on my profile--that is about the best proof, right?) Gabby could never get into them though. One of my favorite memories about the power of the Who was when my friends and I picked up a hitch-hiker, Hawk, who was going to see his girlfriend--Star--in SLC. Hawk was a carnival worker with a checkered past. My friend was driving and put on "Won't get fooled again" and we all--friends and Hawk--sang as loud and as filled with emotion as we could.

laura said...

cute picture! i love that you're blogging too. makes it so fun to have another newbie doing it with me.

Jenni said...

oh, i believe you are a BIG Who fan, Ben. I could definitely hear a little Roger Daltrey in the vocals of your "Together" medley and the guitar bit closely resembled Pete Townsend's style. I suppose I love them so much because my brother's are 40 something, so I grew up listening to them.

Boozer said...

I've never heard a song from The Who, but I'd like to...your blog is so cute, Jenni.

Boo