Main Question or Discussion Point
What should a man and woman say to each other in a wedding ceremony?
Gotta love a baby who eats zucchini!"I promise to get up when the baby cries at night, feed the baby, change the baby and get the baby back to sleep then go to work and come home and make dinner, wash the dishes, pay the bills, play with the baby, listen to my spouse's complaints and praises, feed the baby, play in the tub with the baby, play some more, vacuum the living room and babie's room, fix the squeek in the stairs and paint the spare room for the inlaws, feed/change the baby, order more diapers, go grocery shopping, go to bed wake up with the crying baby, feed the baby, rock the baby, change the baby, cook the zuccini for the baby, rock the baby back to sleep and go to work and more, to the end of time."
Its a good trick for latenite/earlymorning baby munchies.Gotta love a baby who eats zucchini!
Damn straight!I'm a big fan of the classics. You know, "till death do us part" and all that jaz.
Its often a case of "parental role model takus overus". For some reason, if your parents stayed married and went on and on about marrage, kids, the stationwagon and so forth, and you heard and witenssed all of it as an infant, toddler and child, it is engrained in your waking psyche as the way to live your life.now who would put a notch on a good guitar?
i'd have to agree, after the third marriage that the guy (from my point of view) doesn't know what he's doing.