What do you do to start feeling better after losing one of your furry family? I'm not sure. I just know that I can't keep crying at the drop of a hat. Taking that in mind I decided that a little retail therapy was in order and since I hate to go to the mall or fight the Houston traffic I took my business online.
I've said it before and I'll say it again; I breed geeks. Our boys are both really geeky. It's okay, they will rule the world someday. But, what do you get a geek?
My first stop on the internet was ThinkGeek. And, because I am cheap I go straight to the sale section of their site.
I liked the sentiment of this mug.This is information that a geek needs.
This plush sushi is adorable. My youngest geek loves sushi.
While this totally creeps me out I think Dr. Boy might find it amusing.
JR will want one of these. For those of you that might not understand the significance of this gift please run, don't walk, to your nearest bookstore and buy Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
My Oldest Boy might like this since he would understand it.
I've got a baby shower coming up for twins, one boy & one girl. The dad is a geek. This should be perfect.
I seriously need to get this for my friend. The description alone will force me to buy it.
Noobs for Noobs
The birth of your child - what a miracle! But then you bring the little creature home and you realize that you have no idea what to do with it. "Why didn't this thing come with an instruction manual?" you cry out in vain. You try moving it up, down, up, down, left, right, left, right...but where are the B and A buttons? Why is it screaming? How do you get it to stop? And what, oh all that is holy, is that horrid smell? STOP!!! Take a deep breath. You have a copy of The Baby Owner's Manual, and everything is going to be just fine.
Looks like I need to get my credit card out.