April 10th, 2012By: HeatherComments: 7
Annie liked the slide…my hips, however, did not. No more elementary school slides for me.
April 10th, 2012 at 12:22 am
Yes, there’s some extra poundage in my former lean-hipped shape, too. And my baby is twenty-six years old.
April 10th, 2012 at 5:05 am
Lol….I can’t go on slides anymore either. Darn those child-bearing hips!
April 10th, 2012 at 6:06 am
Ohh, but that is such a cute picture! Totally loving Annabel’s expressive smile and I have to say, of what I can see, totally adorable sun dress on you! It looks so comfortable and so pretty on you!! If I lived near you, I’d raid your closet for that dress….just sayin’
April 10th, 2012 at 10:14 am
Nellie, I totally agree! The first thing my brain noted when I looked at this picture (after cute Annie) was “Damn I love that dress! Guuurl.”
So yes. Closet. Stealage. Hey Heather, look over there! *snatch*
April 10th, 2012 at 12:58 pm
Hey~at least the slide was big enough for your hips! One of the slides at our local park must be for people 3 and under. My niece squeezes down but I have to slide down the slide next to it that is wider. Pathetic!
April 10th, 2012 at 1:00 pm
*Not that you have big hips!!!* Just saying that’s a real slide. If it were straight and not curvy, your hips probably wouldn’t be protesting so much. But this slide near our house is seriously narrow. Thinking of calling the ACLU…I mean, how embarrassing for kids who are a little heftier than a 3 year old!
April 10th, 2012 at 3:41 pm
I can not understand why slides are made so narrow and openings so small. Think about it playground equipment designers, parents take kids to parks; parents play with kids at park; parents play on play equipment at parks; parents are BIGGER than kids.
Even when I fit fine on a slide, some of those twisty slides have itty bitty turret houses on the top that require folding my body like a pretzel to fit through…oh yeah, while holding a toddler in my lap. Not fun people, not fun.
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