Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Week 34: The Empire Strikes Back

Darth Vader: So, you have a brother on the way. Your feelings have now betrayed him, too. Obi-Wan was wise to hide him from me. Now his failure is complete. If you will not turn to the Dark Side... then perhaps he will...
Luke: NO!


(Ignore the phantom Obi-wan in the window with the camera.)


71 comments:

  1. Telling me to ignore the phantom Obi-wan is about as worthwhile as telling me to ignore the bacon butty shop on my way to work.

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  2. thank goodness it was not the moon. smiles. too cute! soon!

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  3. Telling me not to look doesn't work. It just makes me stare. Didn't you learn anything from your kids?

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  4. Just realized where you're from. I'm a BC girl. Born, raised, took a hiatus for college in Alberta, then back to BC.

    Until I met a guy. Now I'm in PA. Weird.

    Anyay, this post is too cute. I didn't even clue in at first--until the scroll down. So funny!

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  5. Phantom? I thought it was a hologram!

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  6. Oh my goodness. Poor Supreme Leader. I remember the third trimester...

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  7. I knew I would find lego men over here. Now pass me a grilled cheese and I won't hurt anyone.

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  8. As a mother of three sons, I knew right away that Obi-Wan was trespassing on some dangerous territory. Supreme Leader must have a great sense of humor for letting you use her as a lunar landing for Legos. And much patience.

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  9. That's no moon. It's a space station!

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  10. SL proves once again to be a good sport. Especially considering that she is soon to live in a house with even more testosterone than before.

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  11. The phantom Obi-Wan -- is that you?????

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  12. I looked at the Phantom too...Lego's are so cute in space!

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  13. I hope you rubbed her feet after you took that picture ;-)

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  14. You didn't drug her to get that picture, did you?

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  15. That's no moon, that's a space-- er, stomach.

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  16. I see, starting the boy child out right. Most Dads just talk or sing to their unborn children.

    Listen carefully to his crying when he first appears. He might be wailing "paaadaaawaaaan."

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  17. I noticed the image in the window before I read your little note. Awesome. Love the legos, love the phantom, but the beautiful belly steals the shots.

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  18. Glad to see Obi-wan is nearby to protect the planet.

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  19. That is an impressive bump.

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  20. If this kid turns out evil, how will you tell?

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  21. The krappe she lets you get away with is amazing.

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  22. She is certainly a good sport- or was SL asleep?

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  23. My Love threatened my life if I ever took a photo of her pregnant. Did you drug yours?

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  24. your wife is obviously very patient.

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  25. We're you comparing SL to the DeathStar? Just checkin'

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  26. Obi-won is taller than I remembered.

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  27. This is just all sorts of awesome!
    And I remember when I was that big... but, it's easy to forget exactly how it feels though. Probably the reason we are able to do it more than once.
    (Well, we'll see about that!)

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  28. I really hope SL got something out of this... :-)

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  29. At first I thought it was on your shoulder, then I saw the second picture. I'm surprised she let you do that. Way too funny!

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  30. Wow, am I ever glad hubby didn't have a blog when I was pregnant.

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  31. All sorts of awesome. I bow to your greatness sir.

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  32. i might be the only man alive who has never seen star wars but i think i've heard of obi-wan

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  33. Most people take pictures of coffee mugs balanced on pregnant stomachs... Only you.

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  34. You still have time to act out ALL the scenes from Empire on planet Belly...right??

    http://www.apackalipsnow.blogspot.com

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  35. So.Awesome.

    I don't remember Obi-Wan ever smiling like that...

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  36. May the Force be with you, binding your galaxy together. Good luck in the coming weeks!

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  37. OMG, I love the first picture, seeing you in the glass and your expression. It is priceless and wonderful.

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  38. that poor woman...the things you put her through!!! ;-) thanks for the update, of sorts...

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  39. My admiration for Supreme Leader just grows and grows. She must have a great sense of humor! And thanks for pointing out the phantom. I never would have noticed . . . :D

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  40. C'est ne pas une lune...c'est une nouveau Lord de Sith.

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  41. Or...that's what happened to all those grilled cheese guys.

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  42. Love the ghost of the laughing jedi in the window. I know I wasn't supposed to look directly at it...

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  43. And now we all know why she is the Supreme Leader... (and yes, I have been the victim of Lego character warfare too.)

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  44. Should I be worried that my daughter was better at recognizing that the belly was the vehicle for displaying the Legos than I was? Maybe not.

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  45. Ha - I love this shot! Your wife is a good sport.

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  46. You never fail to make me laugh man. Good stuff.

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  47. I love the glimpse of the man in the window! Supreme Leader is sport to play star wars for us all.

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  48. My God, how could I not keep my eyes off the phantom in the window?

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  49. Young Obi Wan has learned much.

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  50. I step away from my computer for a few weeks and THIS happens?! Baby Dumbass is almost here! That is one gorgeous preggo belly. I'm a little jealous right now.

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  51. She looks totally ready to pop but she wears it well :)

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  52. I sense a disturbance in the window...a lauguing phantom I haven't sensed before..LOL , great post !

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  53. Wow... for a planet it is very small, yet for a baby-belly it is kind of huge! ;)

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  54. Last minute preparations are important...I think you guys have got things covered (but not so much in that picture!)

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  55. Okay, I totally thought the reflection was some creeper outside at first. *shudder*

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  56. LMAO! Your wife must think you are crazy. But, a fun crazy, so it's all good. Oh, and I didn't even notice the phantom until you pointed him out. That's how observant I am. hehe

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  57. Babies are nowhere near as interesting as the offer of wine. Where the hell are ya??

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  58. Your wife has infinite patience. Does she get to dress up as Princess Leia too?

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  59. You're not right. And precisely why I read your blog.

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  60. My wife just gave birth. I see this as a missed opportunity. The Force was not strong with me.

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  61. Love that big belly! Does time fly right by, or is it just me??

    Ellie

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  62. This post made me laugh. Your wife just seems to go with the flow...

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  63. Your wife is a saint for putting up with that. I'd have had to kill you.

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  64. Hahahahahaha! I especially love the look of utter glee on your face!

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Come on, sailor. I love you long time.