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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Cal's Neigh-Neigh & Mama's worries

Yesterday Mama found out that two of my friends have whooping cough. She was not happy. She says that back in the 1890s many babies caught whooping cough and weren’t strong enough to get better. I told Mama that I am very big and strong. I do not think she believes me.
                Talking about babies, there are no babies in Mama’s story, which is sad. But there are many “Neigh-Neighs” (horses) and “Neigh-Neighs” are even better than babies. Cal has a “Neigh-Neigh” that is sorrel colored. I do not know what color sorrel is. Mama says sorrel means red colored, but Mama is not always right. I mean, Mama says not to climb on the table or I will fall, but I haven’t fallen yet and it is very fun sitting on the table. Maybe next time I will post a picture.

~Joe-Joe


PS I forgotted to tell you about how I give Mama inspiration. And now Mama’s making me go to bed. And she says it’s too late for me to even watch my choo-choo movie or read my moose book.  And when I tried to sneak her laptop under my covers, she confiscated it! I will have to write more next week.

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Mama's new book: Scorched Earth

My Mama is a writer. She writes so many stories and they are very good. But not many people know about them, (she doesn’t have a blog like me), so that is why I’m writing about her. She says she wants a publisher to give her a book contract. I’m not sure exactly what that is, but I think they are good to eat. 

Her book is set in the Colorado mountains in the 1890s. I think my Baba (Grandpa) was alive back then, but I’m not sure. The book’s heroine, Jenny, is very pretty, just like my Mama. But I do not think Jenny is as smart as Mama, because she has conundrums in the story. Mama never has conundrums because she can fix anything. Like when my helicopter wasn’t making noises, she fed it batteries and then it made so many noises.

This is me helping Mama write. 



Next time I will tell you about how I give Mama inspiration.

Today's highlight: I chained my bunny to my choo-choo.

I'm Joe-Joe

My name is Joe-Joe.  I am one year old. My Mama is a writer. Next time I will tell you about her, but today is all about me.

When I was born, I was very, very sick.  I don’t remember much from back then, but Mama says that Jesus made me better. Now I am big and strong.

My favorite things are choo-choo’s, neigh-neigh’s, and big trucks. This is a picture of my favorite choo-choo.




Someday when I am bigger, I am going to be a scientist like my Baba (Grandpa) because Mama says I can’t be a soldier like my Dada or she would miss me too much.