Saturday, October 30, 2010
When the Daddy is home he carries a beer with him everywhere he goes. One afternoon I happened upon an unsupervised open can of beer on the end table. I realized very quickly that an opportunity such as this one may not present itself again for a very long time, so I took full advantage of it. I picked up the can of beer and lifted it towards my mouth, but just as I was about to take a sip, the floor started to shake.... was it earthquake? a rouge elephant? noooooooo. It was something much worse, a panicking Mama yelling NO was approaching. Not being sure how to handle this situation, I decided that the only rational thing to do was to throw can of beer and run. Beer went everywhere! and the Mama immediately retreated to get her towels and spray cleaner, mumbling something about not wanting ants in the house. Personally I'm not sure why someone wouldn't want ants in their house, their lots of fun, and if you get bored watching them you can eat them.
Labels: Fun with the Mama
Monday, October 18, 2010
The Shake Down is not recommended for the novice Baby Bad Ass. It's a multi tiered tactic of the highest complexity. Precise timing and stealth judgement is necessary to be successful, and should you fail, you may never get a second chance at it. (seriously you need like mad skills to pull this off) Your goal, to obtain all the Mama's most cherished items in one chaotic foul swoop. This Rad move can be used in combination with The Starfish and Floppy Baby if needed. First you need to have all your ducks in a row, the Mama has to be tired, she needs to have all her valuables on her person (you, the car keys, cell phone, wallet, the necklace that drives you nuts), and there needs to be an offensive receptacle present for her to try to put you down in, it's also helpful if she has to go to the bathroom really bad. This maneuver is most effective when just getting home after a long day out and about. First, wait till the Mama is fumbling to coordinate her valuables when entering the house then start fidgeting with her necklace, then as she's approaching the closest offensive receptacle to unload you into throw a grand tantrum that incorporates a combination of all your rad moves! she'll be so focused on not dropping you she'll never know what hit her! If properly carried out you can have the complete contents of her wallet all over the floor and the sunglasses under the sofa (for you to retrieve later), and set off the car alarm in a matter of seconds :)
Friday, October 8, 2010
The tantrum, or as I like to call it the "Throw down", is by far one on the most versatile of all the rad moves. When used appropriately, it's guaranteed to cause complete chaos wherever you should happen to be. It's most effective in public situations when the Mommy or Daddy is trying to do something that doesn't appeal to you. The Tantrum is easy to perform, a horizontal or vertical Baby Starfish combined with loud shrill screaming is really all that's needed to get the desired effect, but I recommend embellishing as you see fit with your own personal touches. Situations when the tantrum may be useful include (but are certainly not limited to ) :
- the line at the post office
- elevators (captive audience)
- when the Mama won't let you nurse in the middle of the grocery store
- when the Mama or Daddy is on the phone
- when your mad because your the only one awake at 3:45 a.m.
- when there's a show that sucks on the TV
- when your snack cups empty
- when your head won't fit wherever you wanted to put it
Friday, October 1, 2010
When the Daddy is home sick it's the perfect time to get acquainted with this elusive creature and assert yourself as the dominant force in the house hold. Competition for the Mamas attention can become fierce when the Daddy isn't feeling well, so it's important to cling as tightly as possible to her but still give yourself enough wiggle room to interact with the Daddy as much as possible. Accomplishing this feat is a delicate balancing act, but can be done with proper planning. Start by making sure the Daddy is comfortable, you can usually tell when the Daddy is comfortable because he holds very still and makes a growling noise called snoring. Next, look around for the remote controls, the Daddy is normally very protective of these important devices, but will let his guard down when heavily sedated. The most valuable of all the remote controls are the ones for the TV, and the DVD player, Wii remotes are a bonus. Don't get side tracked with one of those Sleepnumber bed remotes, I wasted a whole morning once trying to change the channel with one of those while the Daddy was sleeping (he wasn't happy when he woke up). Once you obtain all these powerful devices you'll be well on your way to achieving your goal.
Labels: The Daddy