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Weekly Wednesday Wisdom: question why

Disclaimer: I dressed him and it was only for this shot.
Still even though it's uncoordinated the outfit is cute.


Wisdom for Miloh: Question why...always.

OK maybe not always but Aunt Kate and Uncle Matt gave you a kick ass shirt that says: "I ? Y" on the front and "Always" on the back...so it just sounds good.

In reality if you keep asking "Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why?" it will drive your mom and I nuts...so please...not always. I know there is no way that it won't happen.

Every great invention came from someone asking why...or I guess from a mistake like leaving a piece of bread out or leaving some radioactive material lying around...but most are from people asking why.

People asked questions like:

  • Why the hell did that orange drop at the same speed as that rat?
  • Why does my wife always get made that there is water on the floor when I get out of the tub...and oh, wait...why did the water level get higher when I got in the tub? Because that's why there is water on the floor.
  • Why do I have to wipe my butt with this scratchy leaf?
  • Why isn't there a small sticky rubber octopus walking down my wall?

Really...life is kind of boring without asking why, or I guess how or where...whatever just ask questions.

Comments

  1. where the hell did those dragon pants come from? those. are. clutch.

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  2. Okay, you are officially the coolest person ever for indirectly name checking the wacky wall walker in a baby blog.

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  3. JP - we got the pants from a friend. I think they are technically girls pants but Miloh is secure enough to wear them.

    C - I was surprised it took me this long to get mention of the wacky wall walkers in my blog. I loved them and remember when they came in Wendy's kid's meals (and some cereal boxes)

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