Thursday, September 12, 2013

The Day Someone Mooned a Stranger... Or not!

I wonder what would happen if one night someone was walking home with another person, who may (or may not) be a parent, and accidentally do a fart that was so stinky that the other person didn't want to walk with them any more?

Perhaps that other person would run away and hide. Then what would happen?  I guess the stinky person could continue to walk home alone or they could try to come up with a plan to be able to walk home together. Hmmm, let's see, what will make the stink go away?

I know. You could quickly pull down your pants, scoop the fart smell out and then keep on walking. You could do that.  It would be quick and easy to do.  It might even work.  It would be worth a try, right?

Well if you were to choose this path of action,  you may want to check that there isn't a stranger walking behind you who is going to get to see your bum, especially if said stranger has their phone out and could take a photo of aforementioned bare bum. That could possibly happen, right?

I wonder what one would have to search to see if a photo of their bum was in fact taken?

So many things a person has to contemplate these days. I wonder what would happen if such a scenario were true?

Love an inquisitive child. 

Sunday, September 01, 2013

Going bush for Father's Day

In amongst all the crazy, we kinda almost nearly forgot about Father's Day.  Well we knew that it was Father's Day but we just didn't have time to plan anything special for the day.  When we found out that Ellen and Sarah were going for a hike at Werribee Gorge, we decided to join them after soccer, after all, the sun was shining and it is spring!

OK, all we really wanted to do was to get out and have some fun and we figured that we could show dad and the others the really cool beach that you get too by rock climbing above the river!

Of course we knew that there were going to be other great places to explore too, so first we set off up the hill.  It was steep and rocky but lots of fun.  There were some great lookouts to stop at for a rest.

Eventually we made it to the beach and stopped to have a picnic lunch.  We could have stayed there all day long but we were kind of excited o show everyone just how much fun it is climbing around the rocks high above the river.  

The grown ups were much more afraid than we were - we were able to climb the entire way without even needing the help of the guide rope!

Oh and in amongst all of the adventuring, we forgot to actually stop and get the obligatory Father's Day photo!  I guess this will have to do, to prove that we did actually have fun hanging out with Dad today. 
Thanks for being a great Dad and having fun adventures with us.  I hope we get to go on more adventures again soon.
Love the best kids in the world,
AJ and Milla xo