Posted Date: September 8, 2008author:LDCategories:Mostly a pictureRe: the lil' peanutWhat’s not to love about a carousel? Especially when it’s your second one ever, and the big sister is bobbing up and down on a neighboring ostrich. Post navigation Previous PostPrevious postWeekend bonus shot, 09.07.08Next PostNext postEight weeks out In a similar vein: Posted Date: October 24, 2007October 26, 2007Nature: 1, Nurture: 1 Posted Date: May 19, 2008June 27, 200811th of 20 Posted Date: August 29, 2011September 2, 2011Weekend bonus shot, 08.28.11 (Monday edition) 5 thoughts on “What’s not to love about a carousel?” See? The problem is every time I read your blog, I want to have babies with you people. *Ouch* My uterus hurts. Log in to Reply GIMMIE. nomnomnom. You know I want him – why you tease me so, I don’t know. If I move to San Fran can I borrow him sometimes? Log in to Reply …as if to say, “Hey, lady, there’s plenty enough love to go around!” C’mon over, hitch him up on your hip, and ride every carousel you find (it would make for a nice organizing device for a tour, though admittedly not as extensive as a Vertigo-themed one). And Mr Lady, you hit the nail on the turkey baster! The lesbian baby boom plot, revealed. Log in to Reply Isn’t that Golden Gate Park? If not, it’s the spitting image. And we were there Sunday — riding the ostrich! Small world… Log in to Reply And a fine ostrich it is, isn’t it? Yep, GG Park itself. Amazing we didn’t bump into one another. Then again, we could have, and not exactly known it (both of us scratching our heads thinking, “There’s something about that guy that seems familiar…”) We went for the free opera, lasted ’til the half time, and were irrevocably drawn to the carousel. Our friendly neighborhood carousel is still being refurbished, so we were carousel-starved. Haute culture for the under-seven set. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.