Monday, December 14, 2009

The End of Ronan's Modeling Career...

Warm chocolate chip cookies can buy off a litre of tears...

... and the beginning of his wizarding one. Yes, many parents impose their biases upon their kids; for Mom it's her attempt to make our lovable little guy shun appealing aesthetics for a world of magic. Just last week she provided the proper environment for Ronan to split his forehead by bashing it against a slate step in our backyard. To her credit, it worked! Now Ronan has a nice little gash a la Harry Potter. To make sure the scar stays, Mom and Auntie Janet used super-glue to close the wound rather than take the time to stitch it. Meaning? The scarring should be prominent for decades to come.

Nice job Mom, better hope Ronan does not turn out to be a muggle!

4 comments:

Todd said...

Ouch, that's a pretty good size gash.

Don't rule out modeling just yet, I hear hand modeling can be a rewarding career!

Holly said...

Does CPS regularly check this blog?? If so, better not answer your door! I like the superglue idea - and people pay big bucks to get red streaks in their hair (ask Auntie Allison!) I don't know wizardry or muggles, but if smashing your head on slate steps is part of it, count me out!

Erik said...

Ya, his streaked hair was pretty cute. Amazingly what bothered him most was being held 'still' when the glue & steri-strip were applied. You can check it out late next week!

CalBadger said...

I wonder if this super glue stuff would work on mouths?