Friday, February 5, 2010

meet antonio. . .the newest member of the miller family

Don't worry, this is NOT a clever little way to announce that I am pregnant. I am not. I do however, have a new addition to my family that I love, well not as much as Brenna, but a WHOLE lot! It is my Irobot Roomba vacuum cleaner. That's right, a hands free automatic vacuum cleaner.

He is brilliant! At night when we go to bed all we have to do is push the "clean" button. He then proceeds to vacuum my entire downstairs all by himself, yes he goes in and out of every room, under my furniture, transitions from hard floor to carpet and back. He then puts himself back on his base to recharge. Did you gather that I am SLEEPING while all of this is happening? In the morning he is fully charged and ready to vacuum my upstairs while I eat breakfast. (By the way this little smartie senses drop offs so he doesn't fall down the stairs). I think I might have died and this is heaven? Why the name Antonio you ask? Well, Zach calls her Shanae. But I call him Antonio. It makes me feel like I am rich and he is my hottie pool boy. :)

7 comments:

Lambsons said...

Oh my goodness I want one of THOSE!!!!! how awesome! With kids our floor is always a mess! how lucky! I have to admit I am very jealous!

Stacey said...

Jealous doesn't even cut it. I possibly could be coveting!!! Lucky lady.

The Christensen Family said...

I love it! Where can I get me one of those!

Meghan & Chase said...

I have heard those are awesome! Definitely on my wish list now- you are so fuuny!

Chelsi Ritter said...

when i was a nanny my boss had one of those, and i thought they were so cool. i'm glad you got one, and that it's making your life easier! way to go antonio.

Melissa said...

Holy cow, I've never even heard of that. Is it way expensive? Good grief! How cool!

Stacey and Brody Miller said...

Antonio, that is a good name. It does make you sound rich and fancy. Antonio seems awesome. I can't believe it can do all that and then recharge itself. I am seriously at a loss for words.