Sunday, November 29, 2009


Rewind to the plane ride home. The plane ride itself was great, Lincoln slept the whole time. Getting to the plane was the nerve racking part. We asked about bypassing security to limit the proximity of Lincoln to other possible parasite carriers. They sent us to the family line, full of little kids and old people. After what felt like hours, but was actually minutes, we made it to our gate. Will placed our bags on the two seats on each side of us so no one could sit anywhere close to Lincoln.
After we got settled on the plane I breathed a sigh of relief, and asked Will to bust out the chocolate. As we were eating I noticed a small piece of brown substance on Lincolns blanket. Will picked it up and looked at it.

ME: That might be poo.
WILL: No its chocolate, why would it be poo?
ME: Well I just....
He stuck it in his mouth as I was trying to explain that I had just changed Lincoln, and his poo looked very similar to the substance on the blanket.
WILL: It's chocolate
ME: *Laughing uncontrollably*


Soni said...

busted up laughing at Will- reminded me of Alvin and the chipmunks where Alvin says "It's a raisin"..."prove it" says wasn't a raisin! too funny!

Launi said...

That is one brave man you have there my dear. Aren't airports the most nerve-racking places on earth?
I'm so happy for you guys. Loved seeing that the dreadful tube is gone. Bless that little guy's heart. He has the sweetest face.

I'm so glad I know you~