Throwback Thursdays: 11-Month Old Duke

Remember this little guy? I know, I know. That was me 5 whole months ago. Which, in toddler time, is a long time ago.

Remember this little guy? I know, I know. That was me 5 whole months ago. I know, you’re like, big deal, 5 months. That’s 1/3 of my life, bro. Do the math.

It's like I didn't even know what cake was, or that you're supposed to loudly yell nonsense syllables like "BLAG!" until someone realizes that BLAG! means "Give me cake now!" and brings you a cake immediately, if not sooner.

It’s like I didn’t even know what cake was, or that you’re supposed to loudly yell nonsense syllables like “BLAG!” until someone realizes that BLAG! means “Give me cake now!” and brings you a cake immediately, if not sooner.

I didn't know that you didn't have to sit still. Not even for a second! You don't work for Mama; she works for you.

I was so naive, I didn’t even know that you didn’t have to sit still. Not even for a second! You don’t work for Mama; she works for you.

Then again, I was pretty carefree then. I didn't care whose foot got covered in frosting! Or whose chair! Or who had to clean it up!

Then again, I was also pretty carefree. I didn’t care whose foot got covered in frosting (mine). Or whose chair (also mine). Or who had to clean it up. (Um, not me.)

Seriously, I almost fell off that chair I was laughing so hard.

It was a simpler time. Look at 11-month old me. A prince.

This is Mama trying to shame me. Jokes on you, Mama, because look at those pictures of Bert behind us. That's right, 12 framed photos of Bert, one for each month old. "Pardon me, ma'am, do you have one or two children?" ANSWER THE QUESTION, MA'AM! WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY FOR YOURSELF, MAMA?! I MEAN MA'AM!

This is Mama trying to shame me. Jokes on you, Mama, because look at those pictures of Bert behind us. That’s right, 12 framed photos of Bert, one for each month old. “Pardon me, ma’am, do you have one or two children?” ANSWER THE QUESTION, MA’AM! WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY FOR YOURSELF, MAMA?! I MEAN MA’AM!

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