Monday, February 4, 2008

Super Bowl

I began watching the game not caring who lost or won, after all the Packers were not playing. I had the feeling New England would win because no one had beaten them yet. As I watched I liked the job the Giants were doing on defence, and I wanted them to win. THEY DID! It was a good game. Commercials: I liked the Coke one, and the Bud one.

It was my sons birthday on the first and Ididn't get to say Happy Birthday on my blog. Happy Birthday oldest son. I was so happy at his birth and so scared. I hadn't taken care of any babies, toddlers, but no babies. My mother-in-law who had foster children let me change a diaper in preparation. I just had the thought on how diapers have changed. On that first diaper change it was cloth and I used safety pins. All my children used cloth but when we camped I tried disposable ones. I think all my grandchildren had disposable ones.

5 comments:

Jill said...

Happy birthday to your son. I, too remember how diapers have changed. I really liked the Super Bowl. They are usually not so good. I'm glad the Giants won!

AtomiK Kiten said...

I liked the bud light commercial too.

Lori's Minute said...

I think you did a pretty good job with the son.

I am glad the Giants won, too and I liked the pigeon commercial and the Doritos one where the girl was singing because she was voted by people to do it. I liked the Coke ones too, both the balloon and the Carville one and of course the Bud one where the dog trains the horse so he can be on the team next year...those horse ones are always my favorite.

Janvangogh said...

Oh the joys of cloth diapers. Especially cleaning them.

Nea said...

When my eldest was born cloth was all there was also, well there might have been the first paper, but I couldn't afford them, and I think they were probably not very good. I didn't use disposable until my third child, and only then because my baby sitter insisted. I still preferred cloth. I don't think anyone these days would know what a cloth diaper looked like, haha. I probably still have a few in the rag bag.