[Comment] Re: Scrubs : My Night to Remember

The song when they're all dancing is called "Diner" I'm not sure who it is by though.

[BlogEntry] The difference between 3 and 5

In the weeks leading up to Easter, the 3yr old is telling everybody who will listen, "Easter Bunny going to bring me a pink unicorn." Well I have it on good authority that the Easter Bunny looked high and low for a pink unicorn, and the best that he could find was a regular white unicorn who came in a pink carrying bag.

Easter morning, 3yr old: "My unicorn! I got a unicorn! Easter Bunny bring me a unicorn!"

5yr old: "Daddy? She said she wanted the Easter Bunny to bring her a *pink* unicorn. That unicorn is white."

[BlogEntry] Scrubs : Dr. Cox (John C McGinley) Gets Married

I don't usually post all the Scrubs gossip, but weddings are always nice. Dr. Cox, aka John C. McGinley, got married to yoga teacher Nicole Kessler on Saturday. I know, I know, the obvious question is which hairstyle was he sporting – the curly nonsense from early season, or the chrome dome? Well he still has hair, but I didn't imagine that anything could have been worse than the curly thing. I was wrong. Looks like he just got out of bed. Must have been a windy day.


[BlogEntry] Church with the kids

We don't get to church often with all three kids, but for Easter we had to make the effort (typical Christmas&Easter catholics, I know). My 3yr old's take on the holiday made it entertaining, though. Here's what I learned:

"God's not here today. He's at Disney World." Apparently his favorite character is Daisy Duck.

"Jesus is not born yet. Christmas is his birthday."

Whenever the priest mentioned Jesus, my daughter would recognize the word and shout out "Jesus!" much to the amusement (I think) of the people around us. Felt a little evangelical to me. I suppose it didn't help that whenever she did that I'd say "Testify!" and throw my hands up in the air.