June 12, 2009
Getting on is the easy bit, especially as he's already lying on his tummy, pretending to be tired. Giggling commences, right into the left ear, the effect is guaranteed. The most difficult thing is holding on when he does start getting up. Arms first, and I close my eyes, its better than a merry-go-round, the earth is spinning so far below me, I grab with knees and hips and arms as we get up to see if it's the moon making the sky so bright, no it isn't! Back into bed, laughing so hard I strain my jaw.