Sunday, November 18, 2007

Saturday Morning



This is the look of having to spend your Saturday morning with your parents at Wallyworld. Fun times! I'm sure she'd be much happier jamming to the Wiggles and playing with her babies but alas we have to have food. I'm amazed at how packed the stores are starting to get with Xmas shoppers and we haven't even had Thanksgiving yet! On this particular trip to hell we picked up a Thomas the Train cho-cho that makes sounds and a Thomas movie to put under the tree. So what if it's a boy thing, Little Bit looooves her some cho-cho trains.


Reaching the boiling point


"I'll get out myself!"

9 comments:

Neurotic Att'y said...

Oh, Sophie, I feel your pain. I hate Wally World, too, and feel the need to try to escape when I'm there. But alas, poor Sophie, when you're grown and paying the bills on your own, you'll realize that it is a necessary evil. The toilet paper and shampoo are just cheaper at Wally World.

Shana-Lynn said...

Too Funny!!

Susie PSU said...

I'm just catching up on your latest posts as we've been busy for about a week. Did you know they also make "lunch lady" action figures??

Way to close the kitchen!! You're MY kind of mama!!

Anonymous said...

Again, Sophie is her Mother's daughter. No one ever hated shopping more than you did Kim. Love that second picture,
G

Jonathan's Mommy said...

You are a brave soul as Jonathan stays with Daddy during my weekly trip to hell aka Wal-mart. Thinks ARE cheaper there but I still think a bit of me dies each time I walk in there!

The crowds when I went on Saturday were unbelievable! I almost had to park at the end of the lot.

Go you for taking your camera!

Maria said...

Oh, fun times at Walmart. I swear Ashley will know where everything is in Target b/c we are there every weekend! Just wait, soon she will be pushing that cart and you won't be able to keep her contained. I love her coat!

Twin Mommy Law Chick said...

Wait til she recognizes the Walmart sign and knows where Walmart is even if you pass it on the interstate. Nice. I'm embarassed at how many signs my kids recognize.

I'm glad that she can't use the phone yet, cause she and the twins would be staging a "no more trips to Walmart on Saturday mornings" coup.

Janice said...

Wally World - that's funny! I never venture over at ours because the aisles are just too darn narrow and two screaming toddlers in the shopping cart is not fun - so I can totally relate!

Anonymous said...

I feel your Wally World pain. Try maneuvering one of those big buggies with the blue 2 seater and the regular cart! Now that is a real challenge!

BTW: Caution about the Thomas Tank stuff. Some has been recalled b/c of the lead mess. You might want to check the list.
kel