Monday, September 28

Yup, It's Monday

It's raining like it's Noah-time, my coffee isn't strong enough, and Mount Laundry has reached new heights.

Plus my so-called "baby" is turning four next week. This shocks me.

So I spent some time this weekend looking for a gift.

Do you think she'd prefer the Sir John A. Macdonald Canadian Legends action figure?


Or the Sir Wilfrid Laurier?


I guess it boils down to if she wants to pretend to be a prime minister who could actually form a majority government versus being the first French prime minister. Both had funky hair styles so it's a hard call.

Anyhow, this is the long way of me saying: I'm not really here... I'm at Aiming Low today talking about naughty stuff.

11 comments:

Mamalooper said...

Okay, WHERE did you find these action figures??!!!! They are great in that cheesy-can-you-believe-it-kind-of-way.

Cagey (Kelli Oliver George) said...

Love the action figures! I think any girl would love to have that as part of her play set. Disney Princess can't hold a candle!

kgirl said...

John A. for sure. Nobody even knows what Laurier did.

Heather said...

Def. John A. I mean he totally looks like he comes with more teenie tiny accesories that Gigi can lose and then get all pissy and yell at your for.

for a different kind of girl said...

Based on how my friends and I used to play with our Barbies and various action figures when we were little, I don't recommend getting these for your daughter. No one wants to see plastic prime ministers dry humping, funky hair styles or not.

Mr. Imelda said...

Is there a Trudeau action figure. He was the hippest PM. (or a pot smoking Margaret) -Mrs Imelda

Mishelle Lane said...

Ummmm I see an Isaac Someone-or-Other. I say be a rebel and go with him!

Hip Mom's Guide said...

Wow, those are some revenue-generating action figures right there. Lucky recipients, huh?!

Kyla said...

FOUR?! Wow. Four is fun.

petite gourmand said...

Those are great- don't forget to pick up the miniature parliament plastic building accessories to go with them...

Oh and four is THE best.
My absolute favorite age so far.
Wish they could be four forever.

TwoBusy said...

I'm guessing "legend" has a different meaning in Canadian than it does in normal English.