Friday, June 11, 2010

How to open a present with your mouth

Hello, class.

Today we're going to talk about opening presents...with our mouths.

Sometimes, people that really love us, like Grandmas, give us presents for no real reason other than our astounding ability to be the most adorable things on the face of the earth.

When this happens, we get the chance to open those presents. A fun, original way to do this is with your mouth.

Let's try it.

I like to make sure I get sufficient time with the ribbon. Someone went through all the trouble to curl it, so I figure the least I can do is focus on it and ignore the rest of the present for a good 5 minutes or so.

Once Mama decides she's taken enough pictures of you playing with the ribbon, she'll take it away. Bummer.

But don't let it deter you for too long. Go for the present next!

You might find you have some trouble actually getting the paper off this way. Don't worry, Mama will always help you.

So, there you have it. I guess Mom really ends up doing all the work. But before Mom figures out that you can't actually effectively open a present with your mouth, make sure you get as much time as possible gumming your present. She'll think it's cute, anyway.

Come back next time to learn how to perfectly time your need to pee so it happens right when Mama takes the diaper off. Now that's a hoot. No pictures, though.



  1. I love this. The last picture with the ribbon in her mouth is so darn cute. Clever story.
    So what was in the box? I hope it was that cute hat you were admiring a few days ago.

  2. Hey. Hey now. I want a cute little blog like you. Does Dallin customize the heading for you, or are you just a master with the search engine? Anyhow, those pictures of Maddy are classic. I just can't stop smilin'!


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