Well, will you look at that?

Guess who's sold on ice cream?

Now all I have to do is get him to fall into a tv-induced coma for the 30 minutes that Diego is on.
(And to stop calling the soccer ball a football.)
Then our family indoctrination will be complete.


  1. But a soccer ball IS a football... or so says this Burnley fan. (And if you *gasp* don't know them, they're located about 45 minutes north of Manchester United.)

  2. Ha, I was just going to say the same thing as your first they call soccer "football" in Haiti? They do in MOST places, I think. We're just weird like that in the US. ADORABLE photo. :)

  3. Anonymous3:29 PM

    knowing the history, this is a great photo!
    "ok ice cream, I guess it's time we made our peace."

  4. Yes, they totally call soccer "football" in Haiti. That's why it's so funny. It's like a game of "whose on first" over here, because Kembe will ask to play football, meaning soccer, and then Jafta runs up with an American football . . . and on and on and on.

  5. don't let him stop the "football" thing....and especially if he can hang on to a bit of an accent, he'll be able to get a job coaching soccer in california for the rest of his life (not to mention automatic place on any soccer roster he wants...) everybody loves the accent, and real soccer players know it's called "football" tell that guy to keep up the good work!

  6. Mary Grace8:42 PM

    i feel like watching diego might not help the soccer/football issue, hahaha.


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