Dean Ambrose teaching your 3 year old daughter about rock music
“Now this is a classic.” Dean said, turning the radio up. Dean, our three year old daughter and myself were heading to the arena for SummerSlam and he was teaching her all about rock music. Dean started shaking his head to the beat of the music. Y|D|N started copying his moves. I started recording the two. “Is she dancing?” Dean asked. He couldn’t look back since he was driving. I smiled and nodded. “I like it, daddy.” Y|D|N said, shaking her legs back and forth. I laughed as Dean grinned. “You are my daughter for sure.”
We were in the arena for Summerslam. Dean was sitting at one of the tables in catering with Y|D|N sitting in his lap. Dean was showing her music videos. “They are so cute together!” Bayley exclaimed. I smiled, watching them. I nodded in agreement. “They act identical. She’s his mini me for sure.” I spoke. Soon, it was time for Dean and Seth’s match against Cesaro and Sheamus. Y|D|N sat in my lap playing on my phone as we were in catering watching the match. I looked down to see what Y|D|N was doing on my phone and she was watching Chris Jericho singing Judas. “Someone’s a fan.” I looked up to see Chris standing there with a smile on his face. “Y|D|N, look.” I got her attention. She looked up to see Chris. She then looked back on the video. “It’s you!” She said. We laughed.
"Can you stop turning her lullabies into heavy metal rock out sessions?" - Dean Ambrose
Y|D|N rubbed her eyes as I changed her diaper. She was getting sleepy. Y|D|N was almost a year old. Time needs to slow down. “Dean, can you take her up to bed?” I asked, picking her up. Dean’s going to be home for a few days and I want them to spend as much time together as they possibly can. “Yeah, come on kiddo.” Dean answered as I passed Y|D|N over to him. As he carried her up to bed, I got most of the house clean. As I was washing the dishes, I started hearing Fozzy play upstairs. I stopped what I was doing and went upstairs. I peaked in Y|D|N’s room and Dean was in the rocking chair with Y|D|N as he jammed out to “Judas” by Fozzy. Y|D|N just cooed, looking at Dean being crazy. I walked in with my arms crossed. I tried to be serious even though it was cute. “Can you stop turning her lullabies into heavy metal rock out sessions?“I asked him. “Come on! She loves it!” Dean smirked, looking at Y|D|N. “She needs her sleep though.” I responded. “Alright. You heard your mama.” Dean picked her up while turning off the music. He kissed the top of her head before laying her down in her crib. Dean put her blanket over her before turning out the light.
It was the last day before Dean had to go on the road again. Dean was in the living room playing with her. I walked into the living room, sitting down next to Dean. Y|D|N was sitting in his lap as she played with action figures Dean got her.
I get it guys, all three members if the shield came out wearing black and red, but calm down. Finn balor wore black and red. Samoa Joe wore black and red. Like guys, chill. The only way I want the shield back together is when Seth apologizes to Roman the way he did Dean. I want Roman to be the Universal champion before he joins the shield, and preferably while he’s back with them. Roman is an amazing athlete but he keeps getting screwed
If you’re going to buy “Native American inspired” jewelry or apparel, JUST BUY FROM AN ACTUAL NATIVE AMERICAN!!!
Like there are groups on facebook that you can look through, and a lot of those lead to particular artists who are willing to do business. ACTUAL TRIBAL NATIVE AMERICANS guys!! Not only is the piece you are getting AUTHENTIC, but for sooo many natives, it’s how they pay their bills, buy food, or provide for their family and you are helping them. Yes some things are expensive but that’s literally their job sometimes, and yes some are cheaper but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s “poor quality,” they just need a quick buck.
The real artists are out there guys, so many flea markets in the Navajo nation that you can find things, benefit powwows, cultural centers, facebook groups, other social media, they’re really not that hard to find. Some of them have jobs and do beadwork, jewelry, clothes on the side, but you are still getting the real deal. Don’t buy that “Native American inspired” overpriced piece from Becky who lives on a 100 acre ranch, in a 2 story house, and drives a brand new BMW.