No Such Thing As Overcautious
To you, it's a potential grand mal seizure trigger. To your baby, it's virtually MINUTES of entertainment!
So that's what we have to say about the current Woot-Off sale. Now, let's get you caught up on the ongoing story we've been telling in our product writeups.
What would you say if your brother "borrowed" your kid? That's how our new Kids.Woot family drama started out back on Saturday, May 12th. That's when good-for-nothing Todd borrowed little Ella to impress a lady who sold ice cream at the zoo. Needless to say, Michelle wanted to kill him, and it took almost half a month before she was willing to forgive.
But that's just how families are, right? Some brothers are like Todd, and some are more like Alex, the college kid who's perfectly happy splitting his time between babysitting and hanging out in the dorm. Maybe you've got a sister like Jessica, who's trying so hard to be a good mom. Maybe you've got a friend like Amanda, who's kinda clueless about everything. Or maybe, just maybe, you'd rather read about them instead.
We're taking this Woot-Off as a chance to catch you up on what's been going on in the life of our family. Consider a sort of digest. Michelle and Tim and their family and friends have been doing a lot over the past two months, and we want to make sure you aren't missing any of the high points.
Take Jake, for example. He's the sort of kid who gets worried about a lobster tank but he'll get in a fight to protect someone's little brother. Maybe he takes after his namesake, Michelle's uncle or maybe he just learned it from watching his dad.
Ella, on the other hand, seems to be handling todderhood quite well. She's got the usual troubles with potty training but her future still seems bright. And in her own mind, she's quite the tactician. Maybe that's just her imagination... or maybe she's smarter than she should be.
In the past few months, we've seen Jake's List Of Things To Remember, and Tim's memory of his bachelor years. We've seen Michelle get annoyed at some father-son bonding and a sweet moment between the kids.
If you're not already reading along, consider this a great time to join in. Maybe by the next Woot-off, you'll feel like part of the family.