A remedy for the blues

I had this picture on my sidebar for-e-ver because it brought me so much joy when I logged in to my blog in the morning and caught a glimpse of those cheeks. Then I took it off my sidebar and wept for about a week.

If you’re feeling blue, please look at this picture.

How bad can things be?

Not so bad, I say, with a face like that in the world.

I predict that this picture will reduce the future therapy bills in my life by 95%. I hope it does the same for you.

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12 Responses to A remedy for the blues

  1. Laura Livingston says:

    Totally agree. In fact, I think these cheeks have great potential not only as a remedy. They should probably be used as part of a standard, on-going, blues-prevention program.

  2. Oh, yeah! Adorable baby’s face is a cure all! What a sweetie! Thanks for brightening up my Monday morning, Jenna!

  3. The expression on his face just says, “What you worryin’ for, eh?” I love that face!

  4. NanaBread says:

    Anyone who doesn’t smile at that little cutie patootie is a scrooge. SCROOGE, I TELL YA! I just want to pick him up and play with him all day. Making a baby laugh is good for the soul.

  5. Erica says:

    Baaa! He is too cute. I saw his two little teethies on skype yesterday- oh how precious he is!!!

  6. skippymom says:

    Oh, can’t you put up both pictures on your sidebar. I like the new one, but c’mon – he is the adorable of the world. He needs to stay.

    Don’t make me start a petition. ;D

  7. Joanne says:

    I can feel my stress level decreasing by the millisecond! I too love that picture. Someone should show it at really stressful UN meetings or peace talks. I feel like they would then be much more amenable to compromise.

  8. Twinky says:

    =)

    Therapy accepted! AHHHhhhhhhh!!!!!!

  9. Kimby says:

    I wasn’t feeling blue and he STILL made me smile! :)

  10. Sarah says:

    thanks for brightening up my night!

  11. My BlogJect says:

    future therapy bills by 95% – hehe. is that a proper equated formula?
    Admittedly, very very good picture!

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