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Sunday, December 23, 2007

yup, that's my baby.

so we're sitting there in church this morning, enjoying the music of the orchestra and choir. the bean is blissfully sleeping, looking like an absolute angel, and folks are oohing and aahing over her left and right.

and then the music stops, and she awakens with a start - opening those gorgeous eyes, arms and legs flailing in the air, and smiling a sweet smile. it's a moment of silent prayer, and what does the little booger do?


actually, not just once, but twice. her little hiney absolutely explodes with the loudest, juiciest farts ever. actually, this is not out of the ordinary. as cute as she is, the bean's got the most extraordinary farting skills i've ever experienced. the hub and i are always pointing to each other whenever someone jokingly questions where she could possibly have gotten that from.

and for the rest of the service, the hub and i are giggling like naughty children. lucky for us, we're sitting in the very back of the church, largely unnoticed by most of the congregation.

hee hee! why is bathroom humor so damn funny?


  1. i have no idea, either, why bathroom humor is so funny, but that anecdote made me think the bean even 1023472894 times cuter than i did before.

  2. Flatulence = hilarity.

    On a related note, on Crowned, an awful show on the CW wherein mothers and daughters compete for a crown together, one mother-daughter team named themselves...

    [wait for it]

    Silent But Deadly.

    Needless to say, the judges requested that they select a new name.

  3. Farting. In church. I love it.

  4. It's 10 times funnier because it happened at church :)

  5. You seriously need to bottle up the cuteness and sell it for profit. You'd be a gazillionaire.

  6. my mom was here when i read this post. we were both in tears from laughing so hard.

  7. Hilarious. Absolutely hilarious!


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