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Friday awesomeness

It's a glorious day here - the weather is spectacular, it's a Friday, we've got a weekend full of football coming, and best of all it's my son's 1st birthday. He gave us all a little gift by sleeping in until the heavenly hour of 7:30. Yes, that's heavenly. And now it's already nap time again, though I just went in to check on him since he was quietly resting in his crib for a good 15 minutes (or so I thought) before suddenly getting riled up - it appears as though he spent that quiet time figuring out how to wiggle out of his blanket and take his pants off. Ahh, pants free. The dude is learning so many important life skills.
I'll be back tomorrow with the consensus start/sit for Week 4. Enjoy the day, football friends!

Comments

Chris D. said…
Happy Birthday Little One!
Anonymous said…
You should make FFLibrarian onesies for the little guy.
dherman76 said…
Happy (belated) birthday to the little one!
kate said…
Happy birthday to your kiddo! Mine will be three in a few weeks. I cannot believe where the time goes. And I totally get 7.30 being heaven, since 6.45 is the usual wakeup time around here. Congrats to you for surviving the first year!
Anonymous said…
didn't know where to ask this, but would you trade Brandon Lloyd (my current player) for Ryan Matthews???

thanks

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