Friday, August 19, 2005

My Chitlins

Obviously I've been a smidge on the lazy side in keeping my blogging slogging. But when things get slow, and you're too lethargic to prance around your brain catching the theological butterflies to put in print, you resort to the last trick in the bag - pictures of your kids.

Here's a nude Maddy and a naked Sameer (using the word "naked" in reference to a girl seems less dignified, for some reason). Fortunately their naughty bits are largely hidden, but as you can see, one can't hide Sam's enormous pectorals. Unfortunately he's in desperate need of a haircut - a mullet is crouching at the door, and its desire is for Sam, but he must master it!

You may have read a previous post mentioning my son Raj and the colorful palatte of odours which reside in the underside of his chin. He's probably the jolliest of us all, largely because his every whim is constantly attended by his servile parents (mostly his mother). Notice the huge cranium. That's mine. Notice the receding hairline - not mine. We suspect it may belong to Bruce Willis, but we can't quite figure out the mechanics of how that could be possible.

That concludes the obligatory, "Don't stop checking this page" entry - hopefully some book reviews will be coming soon!

8 comments:

jeremy jensen said...

Wow! Cute kids. It's amazing to me how much Maddy looks like you.

Here's my latest family photo.

TheBlueRaja said...

You have a lovely family as well! It's a relief to not see any hair on your children's faces . . .

matt said...

We definitely need to get together soon. Raj has changed so much since the last time I viewed the future Ravi Zacharias.

Nathan Logan said...

Cute kids, there Mr. Raja.

How much did Cetaphil shell out for the product placement?

TheBlueRaja said...

Cetaphil agreed to tattoo the URL for this blog under the left armpit of every female employee of their manufacturing plant in Sandusky OH. And they arranged for me to punch John Tesh in the face.

HOORAY FOR CAPITALISM!!!

Sameer said...

Re: the title of this post -- I think you meant "chilluns" -- See, "chitlins" are stuffed pig intestines. I believe there is a good recipe for them in Kurt Vonnegut's "Deadeye Dick," if you're interested.

TheBlueRaja said...

Chitlins are indeed stuffed pig intestines - and, unfortunately, it's also my pet name for the children. They don't seem to mind . . . yet.

Sameer said...

That's just not kosher