Gisele Bunchen - aka Mrs. Tom Brady - posted another cute picture to Instagram yesterday, moments after her husband's team clinched a day off in the first-round of the NFL playoffs by beating the New York Jets.
It wasn't a pretty victory, or an easy one either, with the Patriots limping out of the Meadowlands with a 17-16 win.
Still, it was a win, and good enough for Gisele to hoist her daughter to her shoulder and post a picture of it to Instagram.
File this one under #godaddy!
And be sure to check out the look on the face of the dog - almost like he's saying, "Again?"
On Friday night, Stephen Colbert was one of two late night comics to say farewell to the shows and audiences who'd grown to love them.
(The other was Craig Ferguson on CBS's Late Late Show. More on him tomorrow.)
But first, Colbert wrapped up The Colbert Report on Comedy Central in an interesting way.
By turning it into a musical, sort of, with an amazing hodgepodge of singers. Starting with Jon Stewart from CC's The Daily Show, the seemingly endless list of guests included Big Bird and Cookie Monster from Sesame Street, former secretary of state Henry Kissinger, former president Bill Clinton, an astronaut from the International Space Station, Barry Manilow (who was misidentified initially by another reporter as Rod Stewart) and more. Dozens, maybe even hundreds of folks, all singing "We'll Meet Again."
Check it out - and be sure to keep watching when it appears to be over.
Stephen will be back in May, when he jumps into David Letterman's seat on CBS's Late Show.
The holiday season is a GREAT time, right? Family, friends, good tidings...and all that jazz. But there ARE certain things WE ALL dread about the holiday season.
For me, it's packing up for our annual trek to the in-laws in Maine on Christmas morning. It's always a battle between Sue & I as we load up a vehicle with 2 dogs, 2 dog crates, suitcases, gifts, and assorted other crap that we schlep 500 miles.
What is it that YOU dread about the holidays?
>>My wife's family always has to have seafood on Christmas eve. So the traditional is to eat her mother's oyster stew. Ugh. We lovingly refer to it as Christmas Snot Soup... YUCK!
>>Rocky! We typically drive to my family's house in Iowa every year for Christmas. And the worst part is getting out of the house. Getting the car packed and everyone and everything in and ready to go. Once we're on the road the stress is gone even though we have a 12 hour drive ahead of us! Merry Christmas!
>>I been dating my fiancé for 4 years and we are breaking up and I have to tell my family on Christmas because they are going to be asking where is he.
>>My uncle thinks its hilarious to get drunk and yell at all the women to Come sit on Santa's lap
>>I'm dreading my aunts in laws. Every year they think that they are better than us n just totally ignore you since you're not on their pay grade.
>>Every year at dinner a relative asks how college is it going even though I have been done with it for 5 years :)
>>"Where's the ring?" "When's the big day?" "You're not getting any younger!"
>>Not looking forward to going to my bf moms house she is a chain smoker and keeps the house at like 85 degrees feel like I need a respirator when there
>>Having to spend Christmas Eve at my boyfriends family's house ugh!!!!!
>>My mother's nasty attitude every year no matter what I messed something up wrong wrapping paper wrong turkey etc
>>been dating my fiancé for 4 years and we are breaking up and I have to tell my family on Christmas because they are going to be asking where is he.
>>Vomit. ... someone in my house always gets the stomach flu over xmas vacation
And he doesn't care what he looks like, according to The Sun, London's daily newspaper. "My look is all about the shock factor. I love all the attention and stares I get in the street. I welcome the hate — it just means more attention. And if anything, it just spurs me on to get more work done."
Good money chasing bad, folks. Especially since the guy looks more like the Octomom than the NorthWestmom.