Monday, July 7, 2008

Now I'm really worried... (FUNNY)

So, when The Boy and I lay down for a nap (I'm still selfish and protective of my napping buddy; I love love love napping with the baby), I'll usually counterbalance his "crazy baby" time by putting something on the television. Usually, it's a DVD, with the sound low & subtitles on; it's usually a program that doesn't have high "baby interest." Right now, I'm watching episodes of Heroes (season one) and Battlestar Galactica (season 2.5); these shows have a lot of talking and exposition, meaning boring for babies. So, we're both happy.

Yesterday and today, I put on The Beavis & Butthead "Mike Judge Collection," volume 3. I bought that for my wife for Christmas a year and a half ago, and we never sat down to watch it. Both days, the baby was absolutely hypnotized by the antics of Beavis and Butthead. That's terrifying.

Here's the picture, and the perfect reason why kids shouldn't watch television: cute baby, sitting up with his usual great posture, mouth hanging slightly open, significant amount of drool forming drops at his chin, watching "Beavis and Butthead."

Scary. REALLY scary.


donmur said...

Be careful. You don't want to get him addicted. That's one show I never let my kids watch, but then again we know how my kids have turned out.
Haven't seen you in a couple of days. Just wanted to let you know that I've been praying for The Boy, The Wife, and you.
My sister has a blog page similar to yours. I thought that I'd give you the address so that you could CHUCKle. Her boy aka Monkey Man is quite funny. She give you some insight on what you could look forward to.
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Sarah R said...

That's funny! C'mon, Dad. You know you're supposed to watch 'Dragon Tales' with him instead. :)

Musical Daddy said...

He doesn't watch Dragon Tales so much, mostly because "Buffy" has better effects. 8)

Sarah R said...

My DH gave up on Dragon Tales after about 2 episodes. He can't stand their voices, plus PBS seems to only have 5 different episodes that they replay. It's pretty bad when you have reruns within a week!

Sarah R said...

By the way, my husband is a stay-at-home dad with our son too! I have told him he's not alone. :)