To the Batcave, Robin!
Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Whether he's throwing out webs and swinging from the chandeliers, or fighting household crime with his sibling sidekick, Wyatt is enamoured with all things superhero.

This week, it's Batman.



The resemblance is quite uncanny, don't you think?



When he's not flying off rooftops and fighting crime, Wyatt conceals his true superhero identity by disguising himself as an unassuming 3 1/2 year old little boy with a broken arm. He's a master at trickery, this one.




Wine Selection: Annabella Cabernet Sauvignon
Personal Rating: ***Good***
Comments: This is a surprisingly smooth cabernet--much less tannic than you would typically expect. While most cabernet's are drunk best with hearty meals, I actually preferred this one by itself. Very nice...and different.

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3 Comments:
Blogger The Walrus had this to say:

Wait, his arm's not actually broken, right? He's just faking it...right?

April 1, 2009 at 4:37 PM 


Blogger Alex and Ashley had this to say:

Does his broken arm "grow back"?

April 1, 2009 at 4:41 PM 


Blogger Catrina had this to say:

Yeah, it's pretty funny how fast his arm can heal, especially after watching Avery trot down the hall with his favorite train. Suddenly, his broken arm turns lethal! Ha!

April 1, 2009 at 6:06 PM 


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My Wine Personality:
For the most part I’m a chardonnay, as I consider myself to exhibit a somewhat sunny and mellow disposition (most of the time), but because I find a tremendous amount of joy out of showering my two kids with hugs and kisses, I also possess the subtle sweetness often found in a riesling. But don’t be fooled. I love a great outdoor adventure and am willing to try anything once. This occasional display of boldness is thought to match that of a cabernet, whereas my appreciation for nature suggests that I have an earthy component to my personality—very characteristic of a merlot. (more)

 



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