she’s 21 months old. she grew her first beauty mark. i never knew if those came once a baby was born, but she taught me well. God kissed her and gave her a beauty mark. She also loves to try to talk, expanding her phonetic ability. She also tries to sing with her cartoons, like ‘yip yip yip’ on the Backyardigans, or the theme to Charlie and Lola. She’s very loving and so giving when it comes to other children, esp. with Samsam, her cousin. She gives him the toys she’s holding, and hugs and kisses him. Last week, we had to return our 2 week old laptop because it just won’t turn on. Two days ago, i walked into her room to find tortilla chips all over the room. But she’s so beautiful…i love her. she’s intelligent, humorous, clever, and absolutely adorable.
2.75/5 This movie was all for comedic purposes. You’d have to put your morals on the coffeetable before you watch this, mainly some commandments like not stealing and coveting. Did i miss some I’m not a big fan of Jim Carrey, but this was bearable. I’m even more an un-fan of Tea Leoni, but they made it work. The story was a little cheesy and uncomplicated, with an easy happy ending. So i’ll sum it up. Man has big job. Man becomes front man of a plummetting company. Man loses job, money, material possessions. Man hits rock bottom w/ wife, gets caught by the INS and gets deported. Man decides to start robbing society, and wife gets involved to survive the impending bills. In the end, they get the big bad business head honcho and saves the unemployed. Funny moments: seeing him sneak back into america with ten mexicans in one tiny yellow beat up car.