Little Jaden took his first steps today. Oh, I was sooooo excited for the litte guy.
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My adorable little Caitlin asked, "Mommy, can't you have the baby now? I want to play with my little brother."
I had to explain that it takes nine months. She said to me, "Well, hurry up, mommy!"
Awww, she's going to be a great big sister.
I can't wait for the baby shower. I've registered in three places, as you have already read in my post from last week. That should make it convenient for all of my friends and family.
|by Anonymous||reply 1||04/27/2013|
I shat my pants.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||04/27/2013|
Thank you, R3.
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|by Anonymous||reply 5||04/27/2013|
Well, thanks to your comments I just realized that I'd apparently named my twins (no invitro here! I'm an all natural mama!) "Hudson" and "Hawk" after a Bruce Willis movie from the 80s. Despite some of your claims the movie was very good. And so were the cupcakes we made. Gluten free! No you can't have the recipe but here are 40 pictures of the boys stirring the batter with their fingers. I just luuurrrve their matching madras shorts from Zuilly!
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Please sign my petition to ban the production or importation of peanuts in the US. Save the children!
|by Anonymous||reply 7||04/27/2013|
Yesterday was Mommie and Me pottery day. Check out this photo of Brittani's bowl, isn't it cute? She said its an early mother's day gift. We had such a great day. And then last night, as I lay in bed, I thought seriously about buying a one way ticket to Tahiti. But since I didn't, does anyone have a marijuana connection?
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[quote]Little Jaden took his first steps today. Oh, I was sooooo excited for the litte guy.
Is this clever or funny in some way?
|by Anonymous||reply 9||04/27/2013|
You all appear to have a pretty extensive knowledge of "mommy blogs". Since I have no interest in them at all, I don't read them, and thus wouldn't be able to parody one.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||04/27/2013|
Well, he's hungry. How would you like it if we wouldn't let you eat your cheeseburger?
|by Anonymous||reply 11||04/27/2013|
And yet, R10, you felt the need to post the contents of your loaded diaper.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||04/27/2013|
Oh, well thank you so much for that explanation, R10. Everyone was wondering why you hadn't posted anything yet.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||04/27/2013|
I just find it strange that you specifically seek out something that annoys you, r13.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||04/27/2013|
[quote] I just find it strange that you specifically seek out something that annoys you, [R13].
Never read a Mommy blog in my life. It doesn't require a PhD to guess what they say.
Oh, and also, take the stick out of your ass.
|by Anonymous||reply 15||04/27/2013|
What's it require to give a shit?
|by Anonymous||reply 16||04/27/2013|
This thread reeks of insecurity.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||04/27/2013|
"We're in the midst of pre-school apps, and those essays are soooooooooooooo hard to write!"
|by Anonymous||reply 18||04/27/2013|
I'll get to Olivia's cupcake sale in a little bit, but first I want to urge all the other moms out there to say "no!" to standardized testing! I know, another cause to fit into my schedule (Merlot take me away!) but this is so important. Let your district know where you stand!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 19||04/27/2013|
Back in the 50s, Lucille Ball decided that she would send out monthly newsletters about her kids to keep her friends and biggest fans abreast about how cute and precocious her children were.
Once she married Gary Morten he convinced her to stop, given that her kids were by then budding teenagers. Morten told Lucy, "Do you think that Desi Jr. really wants his nocturnal ommisions broadcast to the world?!"
Lucy felt shamed, but finally acknowled that Morten was right.
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R19 is my favorite so far. 'Merlot take me away', I can totally hear one of those Suburban driving harridans saying that.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||04/27/2013|
Brayden was itchy yesterday. It started the same day someone let their child share a peanut butter sandwich with him. The doctor doesn't agree that it is a peanut allergy, but I went ahead and alerted the principal that steps should be taken to create a peanut free environment. Does anyone know a good pediatrician or allergist?
|by Anonymous||reply 23||04/27/2013|
I'm livid. Avery came home with his grade for the science project and it was only a B. Outrageous. He worked on that thing for hours and it was a masterpiece. I saw all the other kids' dioramas and they were mediocre at best. Seriously, they paled in comparison. I think there's something wrong with his teacher, Miss Engler. She's been acting a bit 'off' lately and she probably made a mistake on his grade. Could it be drugs? An alcohol problem? I'm sure there must be some explanation as to why Avery didn't get the A+ he deserved.
Lately, I've been hearing complaints about Miss Engler from other parents as well. Something has to be done. Ladies, I'm planning to arrange a meeting with the Principal tomorrow to protest Avery's grade. If other moms would like to join me, it would be a great opportunity for everyone to raise their concerns with the administration. I don't think Miss Engler is fit to teach at our Blue Ribbon school. We need to get a petition going so that her contract won't be renewed next year.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||04/27/2013|
I need advice: Does one have to literally cripple your child to stop the publication of a Tell-All Book?
|by Anonymous||reply 25||04/27/2013|
[quote] Do you think that Desi Jr. really wants his nocturnal ommisions broadcast to the world?!
|by Anonymous||reply 26||04/27/2013|
Yesterday I was at Starbucks nursing my 12-year old son Parker and you should have seen the dirty looks people were shooting me. Luckily Parker's face was nuzzled in Mommy's warm & loving cleavage and was protected from their glares.
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As those of you who follow my blog know I'm working on becoming a doula after a hard hospital birth surrounded by cold nurses, with my firstborn, Makalaistar. Well...Yesterday I attended my first birth with my mentor, sun and general all around swellest gal in the world the amazing Genivive Moonwater. Well...The baby was born en caul!!!! As you may know that means it was wrapped in the placenta. I feel like it was a spiritual sign from Gaia herself. I will write more later when my hands stop shaking from the wonder of it all. Love AND LIGHT!!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 28||04/27/2013|
I've made my special chocolate covered scotcheroos for everyone! At only 2,500 calories a square, you'll find them delicious and perfectly healthful, made with 100% real chocolate, butterscotch, JIF peanut butter, Rice Krispies, and corn syrup.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||04/27/2013|
We were watching 'Ellen' and my girlfriend said she is grossed out by the thought of DeGeneres rubbing and grinding all over "that Porsche". Don't you think Ellen has others to wax and polish off her hardtop?
|by Anonymous||reply 30||04/27/2013|
I know all you moms can relate to what happened to me today. Oscar looked a little 'off' somehow and then he looked at me and asked if it was true some mothers actually kill their babies before they are born. I was speechless because we weren't ready to discuss abortion politics with him (we're proudly Pro-Life) but I told him what I thought his little mind could understand: "they were sent to be angels in heaven with God." That quieted him for now, I think it will come up again though. I'm more concerned that this came up in the classroom somehow. Maybe I should read some mommie home-schooling blogs, it might not be a bad idea. #decisions
p.s- Jack Jr's ear infection is resolving! Only four more days on amoxicillin to go!!
|by Anonymous||reply 31||04/27/2013|
I won't even comment on Carol's (Keegan and Tayla's mom) completely irresponsible parenting. If she brings a scotcheroo within 20 feet of Hayden and Dylan I'll sue that cunt. Peanuts, in 2013???
|by Anonymous||reply 32||04/27/2013|
[quote]I'll get to Olivia's cupcake sale in a little bit, but first I want to urge all the other moms out there to say "no!" to standardized testing! I know, another cause to fit into my schedule (Merlot take me away!) but this is so important. Let your district know where you stand!!!
I might actually get on board with this one.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||04/27/2013|
My ex-sister-in-law's actual FB post.
[quote] Big date night tonight! Billy and I get to party it up at the Mother/Son dance at school and Ed is taking Maggie to her first White Sox game! She is so excited! I'm sure Billy is excited to hang with me all night too. :)
Actually, Billy wants to live with his father because his Mom's live-in boyfriend (Ed) is a creep.
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XSiL loved this one.
|by Anonymous||reply 35||04/27/2013|
I do apologize, R26. I noticed the error as soon as I saw it posted.
'Nocturnal emissions' would have been the correct spelling.
I commend you for ensuring proper spelling and grammar, you bitch.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||04/27/2013|
"Merlot, take me away!" is genius.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||04/27/2013|
Whatever you do DON'T vaccinate your kids! It's all TOXINS and causes AUTISM!
|by Anonymous||reply 38||04/28/2013|
R38....you beat me to it
|by Anonymous||reply 39||04/28/2013|
I'm the cunt that gapes open
|by Anonymous||reply 40||04/28/2013|
That 3rd grade teacher Mr. Freeman and PE teacher Mr. Jackson are adopting a baby from Malawi. I just don't agree with this whole 2 dads business. I mean when Paul and I were still together he wasn't a good dad to Kirby at all. I can't imagine doubling that trouble.
I'm glad that Kirby is 7 and will be out of elementary school before their child starts attending. I mean what if it brings the AIDS to the playground?
|by Anonymous||reply 41||04/28/2013|
Abundant blessings abound!!! My little 8 year old light of life Mekaylah did a portrait of me and my handsome hubby Steve with Jesus in between us! I will post on the blog for everyone to share!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 43||04/29/2013|
When my kids started grade school, I invested a pretty penny in buying the Crocodile Creek BPA-free lunch boxes. Even after losing several, I purchased replacements. After several years of daily use, I think it's time to retire my son's lunchbox. It's become tattered from washes, and getting moldy! The problem is, I am bothered that it has not held up over the years and now the potential adverse health effects of a moldy lunchbox outweighs the eco-consciousness of have a reusable container. What am I to do, throw it away? Repurpose it? Any suggestions for a more durable replacement?
Oh, wait, that's not pretend.
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