NOTE: I have spent the last two hours waiting for something more interesting to happen that would either bump this post out of publishing contention or make this post vaguely interesting in the least. Clearly, my life is bone-thumpingly dull and I need to embark on more zany adventures over the weekends. I'm thinking of becoming a spy. Or an Ultimate Fighting Champion. Or switching from Blockbuster to Netflix. SOMETHING'S GOTTA CHANGE.
Things I Wish I'd Taken Photos of This Weekend:
Ezra approaching our friend's three-month-old baby with repeated squeals of BAYBEE! BAYBEE! and then hugging and kissing her. With tongue.
Ezra sitting on a different friend's lap and enthusiastically stealing Indian food off his plate and declaring it YUMMEE! YUMMEE!
Things I'm Glad I Didn't Take Photos of This Weekend:
Ezra barfing up said Indian food all over said friend's lap.*
Things I Wish I'd Taken Video of This Weekend:
When the girl directly in front of us at a Ben Folds concert (who viewed the entire concert via the screen on her camera, as she was way more interested in filming shaky-cam, far-away video of the concert instead of I dunno, just watching it), got approached by club personnel during the encore and made to delete every. Single. Video. That's Alanis-Morissette-quality irony, right there. Also, a total justification of my fear of Imaginary Authority Figures. They are watching you, and they WILL yell at you. They are also like, teenagers, and therefore doubly scary.
Things Jason Probably Wishes He'd Taken Video of This Weekend:
Me, having multiple spastic fangirl moments over every song Ben played, because this one's my favorite! No, this one is! No, wait, oh my God! TOTALDORKWAD.
Things I Wish I'd Taken Better Quality Photos of This Weekend:
Noah, scaling a rock wall at a playground for the first time, like it was totally no big thing.
*Secondary back-up testing at a lab confirm that Ezra's glucose levels are completely normal, yet the child continues to mess with my mind on a daily basis. He can also open child-proof medicine bottles. We're very proud.