Saturday, December 26, 2009

A family without a black sheep is not a typical family.


Henry was not the best behaved boy this Christmas Day just gone.

I am hoping that the ten thousand push ups I've forced him to do will sharpen up his act!

11 comments:

Roddy said...

Baa, baa, black sheep. Count the number in my family. Henry is young and of course will do things you disagree with. As for black sheep, I doubt it.
He looks fantastic in this shot.

GVK said...

Thank you for festive greetings. http://mymysore.wordpress.com/2009/12/22/night-lights/#comments My wife and I,from Mysore, reciprocate your sentiments. http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2045765&id=1355527123&saved#/profile.php?ref=profile&id=1355527123
Must mention here Henry looks much like my four-year-old grandson Sidharth.

Rebecca said...

LOL!!! My Kate was a little diva in her own right and the threats of lumps of coal in her stocking did not work..Hum...perhaps she needs to try push-ups...

Brian Miller said...

haha. i may have to use that in the next couple minutes with my boys...

Hallam said...

I just want to play my new game. Not much to ask.

Kris said...

Roddy, you needed a white sheep!

Kris said...

GVK, I like Sidarth!

Kris said...

Rebecca, or chins ups...

Kris said...

Brian, it works wonders.

Kris said...

Hallam, good luck with that. I've not had the Playstation on for three years, and it breaks my heart.

Roddy said...

The white sheep were all slaughtered to make way for more black sheep.
I had an uncle who actually bred black sheep. Interesting!