June 9, 2009

Who Taught You That?

My mother came to visit us unexpectedly last week. I'm working on the blog about how she punked me, it's a good one. It was a great suprise for me but Aidan nearly exploded when he saw her. He adores his Nana. And who wouldn't when your Nana plays cool computer games with you and teaches you creative ways to make fart sounds?

12 comments:

Missy said...

Hilarious. I don't like it when my mom sneaks up on me. But then she only lives 20 minutes away. Without fail, she will show up on the day I have a sink full of dishes.

Fresh Mommy said...

Ok, THAT is hilarious!!! My girl LOVES her Nana too, and the computer games are a hit!! Haha, fun post!

:)
~Tabitha

nikki said...

Really, it's all about the fart sounds. Boys LOVE their bodily noises.

Jo said...

Haha that's priceless.

*Noelle* said...

your boys are very cute!!

Anonymous said...

THAT IS HYSTERICAL!!!! And what a GREAT Nana!!! I teach my grandsons the same thing!!!!! I LOVE it!!!
Oh my gosh, I have to play it again.. My favorite part is when you ask your son who taught him that... HAHAHAHAHA!!!!
Kudos to your Mom for clearly being a fantastic teacher!

Izzy 'N Emmy said...

Great video! I bet it was a fabulous surprise!

April said...

LOL

Debra said...

I think this may be the reason my eldest daughter is "afraid" to have children. My children loved my father who would lovingly run out to our car, as we were leaving for the one hour trip home, to give them each an "ice cream" sandwich....... he would just wave and smile knowing how fussy my husband was about the eating in the car thing.

I do not know how your sons was doing that, but it was funny.

The Main Ladybug said...

And I thought I was a cool Nana!!

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Have a great evening!

Andrea said...

OMG that's so funny. I can't imagine my mom teaching my son that (she is probably the complete opposite of your mom, haha). P.S. there is an award for you on my blog!

melanie said...

I hope to god I am a nana like that one day too!!!