Yesterday I celebrated my 11 Month Birthday. The last month birthday before the big 1.0. Train Wreck Mommy is getting nervous. Needless to say, it started out like much of the others ... with Train Wreck Mommy taking photos at some unknown hour before school.
She caught one of me before I was moving a mile a minute (Well of course she did. What normal baby is awake at this hour, willingly? Super Babies of course!).
Then the day took a turn for the better.
Auntie Tam and Train Wreck Mommy said that Auntie Tam was being interviewed today about me, Mad Max, by a reporter from my favorite newspaper the New York Times. "What? What did you say?" as I dropped my morning Scotch... All of those long hours I put in at the office in my Think Tank are finally paying off!
Then I laughed hysterically out of excitement, showed my asian eyes, and my one tooth (look closely). As any Super Baby would do, really. (Above at Gma A's aka Gramby's).
Later in the day, we got even better news. The reporter was calling me later that evening for an interview (of course). Straight. To. The. Source. (Actually she was interviewing Auntie Tam and I about our Facetime Video Dates. A unique powerhouse. Aren't we Auntie Tam?).
Mommy tried to take more photos with me in the evening for my birthday, but I was rolling with excitement. Actually most of her 1,000s of photos looked like this.
Standing and climbing to get ready for my interview with the New York Times.
After Daddy's yummy eats, here I am drinking a nice Scotch before the interview. It went well, and Mommy is thinking about hiring a publicist.
So what did our interview consist of, you ask? You will have to stay tuned to find out more! Let's just say that I think I really won her over with my whistling. I'm not sure if she was a big fan of or slightly disturbed by my NY Times reading and Scotch drinking self.
I think this has been my best birthday yet. Your first interview with the NY Times should count as an important milestone.
How has your December been so far? Read any interesting articles in your favorite newspaper?