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Wednesday, April 11, 2007

OG's Obsession? (Part II to BB-OG)

(New Readers - This is the second part of a 4 part series/CLICK on Label OG's)
My little boy is so attached to his first D-O-G. He would take him EVERYWHERE he goes. He absolutely will not sleep without it. The very first time he spent the night outside of home, I made sure D-OG was with him. That very first time, he spent the whole night holding on to D-OG tightly and talking to his first big brother friend name DJ. DJ later told us, he wouldn't let go of D-OG even after he fell asleep. It was his security. A weird habit he picked up was that he would nibble on D-OG's ear before he falls asleep. D-OG had become to him like Skip to Willie.
I decided to look for another D-OG for backup, just in case the first one gets too drooled upon and needs to be burned down due to contamination. Little boys are sweet but they are dirty as well. At another airport stop, I strolled in to a gift shop and to my delight, I found a similar D-OG. The only difference was the color and pattern. I took it home and gave it to my son to gauge his reaction. At this point, he had not made any connection yet between his first D-O-G and this new one that I brought home. He knew they were different due to the pattern and colors. He did not warm up to this D-OG until much later when we discovered that he had named the new D-OG "Mommy OG." Both OG's would be at his side everywhere and yes for a period of a few weeks they even had a place on our dinner table. We actually held "paws" together to say grace prior to meals.
Grandpa somehow found out about the OG's and shared with me that I too had a stuff bear that I couldn't live without. That stuff bear was somehow omitted from my memory. I do however hope that my little boy will remember all of his stuff animal obsession when he grows up!


This is why I write.....
Stay tuned for Daddy-OG's! more to come...
-M


50 comments:

Selene said...

Your blog is very nice, but I don't know english well. :-P
I'll try to follow you... ;-)

Nádia Bonani said...

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i will link you right now!
and will be visit you always!!!
Here begins a friendship*
kisses*
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Tisha! said...

:)))) put a big smile on my face, so sweet!

小芥 michico said...

I like your blog.

I will come visit often.

santa said...

good blog

Calvin Chin said...

Looks classic and soft... and suits to the children area too. Will visit often to read your ideas.

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deltarebel said...

So nice to get a dad's perspective on parenting! I've added you to my links page.

Shaine said...

I like your stories. I don't like the pop-up.

Bugi Kabul Sumirat said...

I really enjoy seeing your blog, I suggest you put your profile on it (I have difficulties to find your profile) and perhaps your pictures in your blog can be mixed with the real photos rather than cartoon or only pictures. It's nice to have blogger to share.
thanks

Bugi Kabul Sumirat said...

Nice blog, nice music, but I have difficulties to find your profile. I hope your profile can be displayed also in the future.
thanks
Bugi

ross said...

Nice site...just write with your heart and everything will flow the way you wanted it to be :)

Ian Cohorts said...

Love the blog reminds me of AUTO GEN from adsense

MsLovely101 said...

I like your blog and you really have out done yourself this time. Visit my blog and tell me some ways you think I could improve it.thanks....

Ren said...

Well.I think you are a very good father.You know,I can not express myself in english exactly.But I think your sons have a happy life because of you!

rommo said...

Drooling is definitely an issue. Just yesterday I had to wipe my 17 months old's face like a hundred times. Occasionally I would miss a glob and it would end up on all over me.

I love my son but I hate drool. I cant stand it.

Heather said...

LOL we have a drooled out monkey. But sadly, no replacement.

Monster Mom said...

nice blog. carry on writing from your heart. my son sleeps with his tiny winy toy car and imagine when he can't find it when he wakes up!!!
OMG!

Rich in the Stl said...

My son absolutely loves his animals. All one hundred or so of them. They come in all shapes and sizes. As he is getting older (currently 5) I'm trying to ween him off of them a bit. I don't want kids to mistake his kind and tender ways as weakness.

Keep up the good work. Everyone is welcome to come to my sight. I am getting ready to start an interesting little project.

Rich in the Stl said...

I meant site. Sorry

Roy Rajan said...

Beautiful blog, keep up the good work. Eagerly waiting for upcoming posts!! :)

CoCoCan said...

HI~
I like your PP and blog~~
so nice~~

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mcewen said...

We need more Dad's blogging about parenting.
Best wishes

Rebecca said...

So I'm a little late on commenting I guess. I tried to some days ago but my computer was not letting me sign in. Better late then never though. Anyway, I love the stories about your son and his D-OG, so great. I wanted to let you know that I've awarded you with the Thinking Blogger award. Check out today's post for more details & to get your award. :)

damien said...

Those security blankets (whither the form) are crucial to any kid. The ones who can part with them easy are the ones to worry about.

barbara said...

Hi Godzilla,
Hi there; Thanks for visiting my blog & Thanks for the compliments. :)) .
I'am loving your blog .It's light and homey.I followed it very well.

You sound like a great Daddy; keep up the good work. Come back & visit me.
I'll be back here.

spitbook said...

How are you finding the adbrite ads? I tried them for a bit, but didn't really get any relevat ads, so I'm sticking with adsense.

Michael Mather said...

I can relate the the D-OG as my son has a Teddy bear (Gig Ginger Ted)that he is attached to. He has been sucking his ear for a long time.

We managed to get him to stop for a while but BGT comes out at bedtime..... always.

Chris said...

Lovely looking blog, touching sweet content.

Rod said...

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Princesse Ecossaise said...

With the risk of sounding repetitive, I have to agree with everyone above. Your blog is great!

I have just started reading it after having noticed a message from you on mybloglog to me. Sorry for the delay in coming over here, but I'm here now, and I'll be back!

Your son sounds adorable!

Chrysalis Angel said...

I had to laugh about the soup on your post. It's so true, our soups can be more like stews. You have a great blog going. Best to you.

babyfiona said...

Your son going to scream if he ever know the ingredient for his yummy taste of soup haha

Cesky said...

I am touched. Perhaps this is the reason why my father, Joel, blogs about the events that transpire in my life, be it mundane or exciting—to preserve the memories that may someday fade from my young mind. Thank you for providing this insight. :)

santa said...

Hi godzilla i was intrested in exchange links

please add my blog into technorati favorites and i had add ur blog

my url is

http://technorati.com/blogs/http%3A%2F%2Fsanta-reviews.blogspot.com

The Law of Attraction Coach said...

That is cute! Great Personal Blog.

Nastasshea@Nesh said...

So cute lah those pictures! Hahah! Would definitely love to link u! In fact I've already linked u! Link me ya and keep in touch!!

Nastasshea@Nesh said...

Oh yar when u link me, please put the title name a My Fairy-Tale (my blog's name) rather than my name yar? Very shy to put my name around. Thank you! Link u already!

Đoan Thục said...

You realy have a cool place, so interesting and sweet. I will stop by often.
Doan Thuc

KirkM said...

Hi Godzilla,

I can't think of a better reason for writing a blog. I'll be happy to stick you link in my sidebar. You wanted to do an exchange?

BTW, I enjoyed the video. Brings the point right to home.

santa said...

Hi godzilla thanks for visiting my community in myblog log and please make my blog into technorati fav and i had added ur blog and please visit my blog and leave a comment

http://technorati.com/blogs/http%3A%2F%2Fsanta-reviews.blogspot.com

Nepaldiary said...

very nice post !! Your profile please !!
keep it up !!

Nastasshea@Nesh said...

Hey no fair...I dun see any links section also... eeee cheater...somore ask to exchange link.

Duwan to link u ler... :o(

Box 1715 said...

That's cute. My son had a stuffed dog that was bigger than he was. It was so funny watching him haul around that thing whenever he went anywhere! He even had to be buckled into a seat belt if we went anywhere by car! Take care - Anna

Rod said...

Great Blog, but you need to make the comments on a regular basis. I have found people will come and visit if they feel there is something new on a regular basis. Your articles are good... so make them at least twice a week!

Great community and web site! Glad I found you. Please visit our community about 12 year old Alex from Ethiopia. JOIN us today! http://www.mybloglog.com/buzz/community/AlexRod/

OR -

Visit Alex web site today and discover the true, heart warming story of faith and prayers. Read how this young Ethiopian street child is being rescued from a certain death on the streets of Addis Ababa. DISCOVER THE REAL LIFE STORY OF HOPE AND SUCCESS FOR ALEX Link to us today and follow the progress as Alex adjusts to the safe world in Europe where he will hopefully soon get a good education and health. http://alex-roadtofreedom.blogspot.com

haze said...

ohhh your son is an animal lover!thats cool....hehehehe...nice site you have here,no suggestion at all...I love it!

Sophiagurl said...

i can see you love your kids a lot from your site. the video you attached is very touching. nice site. keep it up.

Alvin Yudistira said...

Thanks Godzilla. I agree your reflection, that is as most lovely & happy in the child. Your blog have all the need to be great I like the way you express in your own. Let me know the way to exchange I follow.

sapheyerblu said...

that's so cute. I had a "jill" doll. My grandfather worked at the local grocers, called "Jack and Jill's". He had brought me a jill doll that had been a promotional thing and I guess I took it everywhere I went.
When my parents divorced and my mother and I took the bus back home to grandpa's house, my jill doll got left on the bus. But low and behold, grandpa got me a new one. LOL
Loved this blog

MoonDanzer said...

I think your blog is fantastic! And, I feel very honored to have recieved your comments on mine as I am very much a newbie! I will definitely link you right away. and, please keep checking in on mine as I continue to grow and add much, much more. Wow simply awesome! Please leave me any suggestions in where I could improve mine. Yours is fabulous!