Monday, July 21, 2008

Don't Mind Him, Internet

JimmyPillows
Poor Jimmy. Ever since a healthy portion of the Internet drove by and overwhelmingly decreed his home a depressing (and potentially crime-ridden) dump, he's fully succumbed to the power of The Wall.

JimmyPeek
It's cool, Internet. His mother totally asked for it. He'll just be over here, slumped under the weight of so many depressing throw pillows. He'll be fine.

SadJimmy
You know, probably.

(For the record: I didn't do this him, though you can probably guess who did. See also here and here. I'll be careful to keep her away from actual building materials, mortar, and the collected works of Poe.)

29 comments:

Tina said...

What a cutie!

You'd better make sure she doesn't watch CSI either - saw an episode last week that involved bricking up corpses in the chimney...

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

Actually, the throw pillows are probably the only thing keeping him going!

hippyhappyhay said...

He looks like he is completely resigned to it all in the third pic.
So cute!
And I heart your cushions. Nummy.

Cheri @ Blog This Mom! said...

My heart is bursting!

bluemountainsmary said...

Are you sure Byron had nothing to do with this? To buy our sympathy?

wehave9 said...

At least, if he gets sleepy, he has a nice comfy spot to fall asleep! So cute!

Kelly said...

So does this work? Can I try it with my kids? Ellie might have something here...

The Cheap Chick said...

Okay, seriously, THAT IS IT. Sell your house, pack up those sweet and yummy kids of your, and MOVE TO MN. I'll even babysit.

Oh, and Byron can come to. As long as he doesn't insist on a house with wood paneling.

Kelly @ Love Well said...

That final picture could sell a lot of Cymbalta. Even without the wood paneling.

Lisa Milton said...

That look on his face, in the last shot, is priceless.

(Now run, Jimmy, I hear her coming.)

Angie said...

That sweet little face in between all those pillows is priceless.

There's nothing like a big sister, just ask my youngest - she has TWO.

Jenn said...

He looks so cute sitting there!

Stu said...

It is so nice when siblings 'share'.

-Stu

dharmamama said...

What a sweetie. He looks like he could just curl up in those pillows and drop off to sleep. He's probably staying awake only to ensure she doesn't pile anything else on top of him.

standing still said...

Cute baby, but whoa mama ... I love the colors and patterns of those pillows. Again ... cute baby. tee hee.

Amanda said...

Better not let my 3.5 year old see this, her lil sis'll be toast!

Mrs. G. said...

I would add cement blocks and anvils to Ellie's "do not play with" list. Poor Jimmy. Not.

Jennifer H said...

Why does being buried in pillows sound so lovely right now?

He is so cute. I love his expressions.

Tricia said...

Oh he is so adorable.

iloveupstate.com said...

the cuteness is giving me a toothache!!! Please pinch his cheeks for me, stat.

cherish.photography said...

haha...his expressions are so cute!

princessofsomething said...

How can you stand having that little bit of cuteness in your house? Don't you just want to squeeze him like, always?

Your post made me laugh again today-- thanks for the morning giggle.

stephanie (bad mom) said...

This is what I've felt like doing since Sunday. Better paint our wood paneling...

I have a photo especially for you at my place for Wordless Wednesday. Enjoy :D

~m said...

This poor child needs some cheerful paint on his panelled walls, STAT.

chrisy said...

Bubblicious boy. Pillows have helped our boys whittle down the days many times.

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(Sorry for the amateurish blog link - I'm having a difficult time getting Typekey to populate for me. Grrrrr.)

Rima said...

I think my brown couch would look a lot better with Jimmy sitting on it. In fact, I'm pretty sure that my poop colored microsuede couch is also a leading cause of depression in American households, right after wood paneling.

i am very mary said...

Damn. I was going to send "Poe for Toddlers" for her next birthday. You ruin all the fun.

J. said...

I just want to pinch those cheeks! What a cutie (even in the throes of depression)!

The Girl Next Door said...

That Face! That pout! Those eyes! Those Cheeks! Those adorable pillows!!!!!