Life lessons learned from a Sunday night home video viewing
*people age in 13 years. Like alot
*those early years were just a glorified game of playing house
*cargo pants are not a flattering look. Especially when it's a staple in both his and hers closets
*contrary to popular belief, kitchens can be decorated with something other than sunflowers
*"smokey eyes" does not mean a thick layer of dark shadow all the way up to your brow bone
*overalls should never come back in style, no matter how comfortable they are during pregnancy
*never allow video taping while opening gifts, it elicits the need to act overly excited about pillows and picture frames
*baby gap is generally not considered a high end clothing store
*Kiddie Kandids is generally not considered a high end photo studio
*is it offensive when your husband raves about how nice you used to be?
*ratting your hair is not a religion and should not be treated as such. In addition, there is a maximum height restriction that should be strictly observed
*Never buy used couches from a male apartment complex remodel. As in never. No matter how cheap they are
*child birth really does widen your hips
*it is not necessary to document on tape every ride at Disneyland, and especially not the shuttle bus driver and neighboring passengers.
*the Disneyland over taping discussion may still be a sore spot in your marriage, even after 13 years
*avoid making innuendos and inappropriate comments while video taping during your honeymoon because some day your kids will be watching it and you will have a lot of explaining to do
*never say on tape that you really hope your first born is a boy when you do not know the sex of your unborn baby
*it is not required to flash your bare pregnant belly to the camera, even if it is your firstborn
*be careful what you say, because one day you will look back on these times and be equally emberassed.
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