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Thursday, January 03, 2008

Fa La La La Lang

A belated Merry Christmas from the Langalina, pictured here in various states of holiday cheer. She enjoyed spending her vacation pulling on electrical cords, climbing stairs, chasing cats, entertaining the world's smallest Santa (her cousin Hal @ 5 1/2 months), and proudly strutting her stuff. She first walked almost two months ago but then decided it wasn't all that fun and went back to mostly crawling. That ended in South Carolina, where she decided she would practice her best Frankenstein march in pursuit of new toys, her grand-pop's feet, and yummy yummy cat food.

Hope all your holidays were similarly joyous, and that Bill O'Reilly wasn't peering through your windows policing for creches and Christmas trees. Until I see new posts from them, I'll fear that #3 and Frances have been thrown in Guantanamo Bay's "War on Christmas" wing. Happy Holidays, Y'alls!


At 7:15 PM, Blogger Number Three said...

In the third photo, is Lang dancing? And what's with the yellow one-sie? Isn't she a girl? Shouldn't it be pink? (What's wrong with pink?)

At 7:21 PM, Blogger Number Three said...

Oh, and lil' Hal is sure cute, but in that second photo, is he going to take a big (toothless) bite out of that bear, or is he just happy? And who put him in the Santa suit? Don't they know that childhood obesity is an epidemic in this country? Why not just give the kid a box of doughnuts?

The McD family is chock-full of cute. But what happens when they get old(er)? TMcD? Seriously. Does it skip a generation or something? In the males, at least.

At 7:42 PM, Blogger tenaciousmcd said...

Welcome back, 3! McD males always marry up in the looks department, explaining the cute babies. What, you thought you were the only one to spectacularly overachieve?

As for the baby apparel, how much pink can one baby wear? You want every single day? Since when did yellow become the new testosterone blue? We have more than a hundred (!!) photos of Santa Hal. It's like that Seinfeld with "the dress." BTW, it's not a bear. Clues: it has antlers and hangs out with Santa.

At 7:46 PM, Blogger Number Three said...

A Christmas elk?


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