I dunno. I did that once or twice. Great way to get your back lotioned. ;)
I have a smartphone because that way I only have to carry one thing, and being disabled, I’m weight restricted. Books? got it. Movies? Got it. Music? It’s on. All my apps? There ya go. I don’t need a laptop, which is bulky and heavy, because I have my phone. For some of us, a smartphone is a smart choice.
Hopefully keeping HER human from running out to stock up on bread and milk!
very small, and very crowded.
Electric tea kettle – best thing ever.
Any parent who has a remote, really. There’s an age where absolutely everything goes in the mouth. It coincides quite nicely with the age where they start being really mobile. Therefore, you can figure anything below the waist level of an average adult will, at some point or another, end up in the mouth of a child. I used to crawl around the house to see what the kids could see and reach as a regular part of childproofing.
hahaha I always heard that as “rock candy” mountain, and wondered how long it would take a bunch of kids to eat their way through a mountain made of rock candy.
possibly because she’s the one who finds it?
oh yay! Sophie’s reporting, too! <3
awwww that last panel. <3