Thursday, December 13, 2012

Maybe a Lemon Pledge Gift Basket?


We are once again on the topic of boys in my house. Now boyfriends have come and gone over the years at my house. Sometimes the same ones more than once. I don't usually consider people being dated a 'part of the family'. I don't think they need to be invited to every family function. I may wish them Happy Birthday but don't find more than that necessary. Last year I did get Mids boyfriend a small Christmas gift because he was going to be at our house on Christmas Eve when we open some gifts, so that was courtesy. Middlest broke up with him a few weeks ago, so, this year obviously a gift for him is not an issue. Um..the fact that he picked her up 5 minutes ago to go Christmas Shopping not withstanding...I don't get it..but..ok.....

Littlest has been dating her boyfriend over a year. I'm going to 'blog name' him Daisy. There's a legitimate reason for this moniker. I'm not making fun of him. Really ; ) He's a nice kid, though I find him sitting on my couch way too often when I wish to be on it myself.  Recently it was getting late and I wandered upstairs to find them on the couch and Lit appeared to be conked out. I asked him, "is she asleep?" he looked down and said, "yeah, she is." I said,"Go Home Daisy." he said, Okay, as soon as my show is over." ??? But in general he's alright and I don't really notice him much. He's kind of like a piece of furniture that I'm used to. The other day he walked in the living room and said, "You turned the light out on me." What? What was he talking about..and where did he come from anyway..? "You went in to use Littlests bathroom", he explained, "and when you came out you turned the light out on me. I was sitting at her desk using her computer." Oh. Sorry. Where the heck is Littlest anyway? I didn't even know she was home..but anyway..

 Yesterday I walked in my living room and found dirty socks sitting in the middle of the floor which is a huge problem at my house and a huge annoyance to me. Both girls are terrible about it and it drives me crazy.  So I immediately yelled out, Littlest! Are these your dirty socks or Middlests? If they're yours come get them right now, they smell! There was a moment of silence and then I heard a deep voice from the kitchen, "Um,  those are mine." He shuffled out to the living room and mumbled, "sorry..my feet got..um hot..so I took them off..."

Mmm Hmm..he obviously feels just like part of the family.

His family, on the other hand, ADORE Littlest. They include her in almost everything they do. His parents are divorced so that's two families claiming her as part of their own. When he has a performance they gather her up to sit with them. They have invited her to go on a traditional family camping trip they take the week before Christmas. She has become Just Like Family to them. His mother Had Her Included In His Senior Pictures. Seriously. WTH? But, if it makes them happy, ok...His Dad actually thanked Littlest for dating him one time. All we can figure is that they were relieved to find out he isn't gay...even if his girlfriend can beat him up...but anyway..

I suppose I  have to get him gift.  Last Christmas he did surprise me by presenting me with Guitar Hero games. And since I'm pretty much Sheldon when it comes to gift giving, I'll be scouting out Batman T shirts and Darth Vader mugs because he's pretty much Stuart.

And after all,
The boy's been around long enough that he's become Just Like Part of  the Furniture to me : )


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12 comments:

  1. Personally, I prefer the furniture kind. Something solid, yet comfortable.

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    1. True, but this one might be as solid as a lawn chair : )

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  2. I got Eve a Batman shirt and Angus a book called Darth Vader and son. But they're not like furniture to me, honest!

    Apparently Angus has his first girlfriend, although you didn't hear it from me. I'm trying not to go all weird, since it will probably be over within the week anyway, but it IS WEIRD, it's all weird! And she's gorgeous! Hold me.

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    1. AWW!! That's the one thing I never get to do, meet girlfriends. It's impossible not to go weird though-it's always weird : )

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    2. Oh yeah, and he just brought her home a 9 AM so there is a possibility I will be double buying Batman T shirts.

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  3. p.s. mine or not, you leave dirty socks on my floor and you're in danger of getting a six pack of whup-ass unleashed on your... head.

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  4. Rotfl that was funny. Please don't run around the house with no clothes on. You might hear a deep voice yelling, "Sorry!" And it won't be

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    1. LOL! I would never risk it. I live in fear they might see me in my pajama's : )

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  6. lol, his role in your life is completely humorous! I remember how I always had to be semi-presentable because I never knew when my DD's boyfriend would be there. Kinda made being at home more work!

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  7. Exactly! Have to make sure all the bra's get picked up....; )

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