Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Rock star

The pre-bedtime rumpus last night was really nuts, but fun. Maybe it was because I hadn't endured traffic at all and I wasn't making dinner. Or it might have been because I'd thoroughly cleaned the girls' room (4, count `em, 4 tall kitchen trash bags full of stuff will be going to Goodwill). Whatever the cause, I was in no rush to get the kids sleeping and we sang and danced and read stories. It did, in fact, take awhile for them to settle down in there after all the hugs and kisses and "OK...now go to sleep" demands.

After yoga and blogging, I sneaked into their room to be sure they were both breathing. Sarah was snuggled in all froggy like, butt in the air (like she just don't care!) and Kate, the rockstar, looked like this:




9 comments:

FlapScrap said...

Now she doesn't look like Madonna, or Cyndi, or Billy Squire. Now she looks for all the world like Corey Hart.

Kicking N. Screaming said...

Oh yeah, lots of references to that Canadian rocker in our house lately.

jdrueke said...

I'm sorry, but the only Canadian rockers allowed in my house are Rush. SALESMAN!!!!

Ok, maybe a little BTO, too.

Kicking N. Screaming said...

You'd kick out the boy in the box? Baby, that cuts like a knife.

Brooklyn Volunteer said...

No crappy Canadian music references are allowed in my house. Rush, Corey Hart, Bryan Adams and Anne Murray are horrid

Kicking N. Screaming said...

Whatabout Alanis Morrisette? I mean, aside from the fact that she doesn't understand what "irnoic" means?

Brooklyn Volunteer said...

I actually don't like her. Do all Candadians stink at music??? The only group I like is Arcade Fire. I know there must be some good groups.
Well at least they are so funny, even Alanis Morrisette with her version of "My Humps".

Kicking N. Screaming said...

Actually, the Canadians, no doubt driven by a desire to compensate for their history of musical embarassment, are leading a whole new movement in the music industry.

http://www.pastemagazine.com/action/article/5096/news/music/revealed_the_top_100_canadian_albums

FlapScrap said...

As far as I'm concerned, the O'Keefe jingle gets Canada a spot in any music hall of fame.

O'Keefe is here
It's better than beer
So try O'Keefe Can-AYdian Ale


See? Stuck in your head now. Ooooof SALESMEN!