Saturday, July 22, 2006

Brad Pitt Struggles with Gas


In a recent interview with Anne Curry, Brad Pitt said his biggest sense of accomplishment comes not from making movies, but rather, from getting a burp out of that "little thing" known as his daughter, Shiloh. I can so relate with this one. Burping babies is harder than installing their car seat. I'm soooo glad my kids are old enough to burp themselves now.

6 comments:

sherni said...

haha so true .. when my nephew burps, sometimes I want to burst into a round of Hallelujah! (And, I often do)

Ameet said...

Getting them to sleep is another one.

West Coast Mommy said...

that was the hardest thing with baby #1, I used to cry cause I couldn't burp him. this time around, I don't even try and baby #2 doesn't seem to care.

Chic Mommy said...

The second time around with me I had to burp two babies at once because if I ever took one solo to burp, the other would start crying. I used to put a an old towel on the floor and lay them on their stomachs and pat their backs until they burped. The towel caught the spit up, so clean up was easier.

keda said...

yes i did that same thing... the floor i mean. and i had one of those swiss balls for my labour so i would sit on that with one hoglet on each leg and bouncy gently. that did it. :)

Sadaf Trimarchi said...

This man has been annoying me to no end lately. Every time I turn the tv on, he's there in New Orleans promoting his eco-friendly housing development.

Don't get me wrong. I think it's commendable that someone is doing something to get these people some homes to live in. But seriously, when did this guy become an architect? And seriously, given what the residents of New Orleans have been through, does anyone really think they give a cr-p about whether their new apartments are "green?"

argh, celeb vanity projects!

S