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Jonathan is taking another day off from blogging, so his 2 month old son, Joshua will be filling in today.

There have been plenty of jokes about how lame Hannukah is compared to Christmas.  I didn't believe it.  After all, Hannukah is eight nights and Christmas is only one day.  However, I think I'm starting to understand what people are talking about.

I don't know if my mom and dad are being cheap, but so far I've only scored a pacifier and a pair of socks.  They even blew off lighting the candles last night!  I've overheard my parents saying they'll get more into the holiday when I'm old enough to really understand what's going on.

What the heck are they talking about?!  Do they not think I know they already gave me that pacifier a few weeks ago?!  I totally could tell they re-wrapped it.
I actually spent a long time searching for nice presents for my parents, but I think I'll just save them until "they're old enough to really understand what's going on".  For now, I'll just give them a potato latke I made in my diaper.

Happy Hannukah!!!


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12/18/2012 9:22PM
Felicitaciones for your baby
hey dude my name is Nestor actually I from Uruguay .Do you know where is located ? ha ha ha that is ok if don t know we are too small. I live in Madison I work in the willy st coop . I saw your body weather guy Brain lately shopping. I listen your guys show it is funny . I try to call you for the worst Ipod but is hard to get the connection , your guys are so popular !!! Actually I am the person that I called you in the morning and propose you friday the end of the world !!! play some music in Spanish. Congratulation for baby he is so cute. See you Nestor
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