Stolen rubber duck debates and podcasts are two things I'm not very familiar with at this point in my blogging experience. However, I am very familiar with the Queen of Shake-Shake and do basically whatever she commands, so I obeyed and listened to her interview on the Motherhood Uncensored podcast this morning. The podcast was last night, but I'm just that slow.
Along with Queen Heather, Kristen interviewed Lawyer Mama and Her Bad Mother. Fantastic sites and fabulous bloggers. However, I don't remember her mentioning the Queen's URL, which would have totally irked me, given my control freak issues with receiving credit for every iota of energy I expel into the universe. But that's just me and Heather probably didn't even notice. She's cool like dat.
*edited to note that Kristen did pimp their blogs, it just got cut off. I had a feeling that was what happened, based on the choppy beginning, but I didn't bother to be thorough about it when I posted this. My hide would still be chapped, though, and I would insist on being the star of the show next time. Just for the record. :) I kid. I kid.*
Do check the podcast out, as it's an interesting discussion on parenting ethics, blah blah blah. Here's what I really liked about it:
She played "Rubber Duckie" by Ernie from Sesame Street at the end of the show! Given my last post on children's shows (and transvestites, sure), it will come as no surprise that I love that song. It should have, then, come as no surprise to me that Pants would come running in saying, "My see! My see!" Time to hit YouTube.
How did we get by before this video archive of all things immediately vital to my immediate viewing pleasure came along?
You can check out classic Ernie singing Rubber Duckie on your own (and I highly recommend it), but today I'm going to share with you the following treasure that popped up in the Related videos sidebar and simply made my whole day better. If this doesn't make you smile, then I'm not sure that we can be friends anymore. I love it.
The Ladybugs' Picnic from Sesame Street
Now I have to get back to my massive to-do list for today. Seriously, how many of you have returned these damn red Thomas the Tank Engine poison toys, yet? I swear, I don't have time for this. And I just love the fact that the red trains were always the ones we gave to Cheeks to play with (and chew on, by the way). I mean, come on!