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Confessions

January 27, 2011

• The hug and the kiss at bedtime made up for the “I hate you mom”x3 earlier
• MUCH of my to-do list is stuff a normal person would have done when they moved in
• I am SO glad to see all that snow falling all over the eastern seaboard because it helps me feel smug that it is happening to them and not me, but I won’t be sad for it to end because they are so whiney about it
• If I find it on the floor this week, you will likely never see it again
• You know what happened this week? Pete started looking like a biggish kid to me—surprise!
• The perfect number of pieces for a toy is 1
• The great thing about having so much house work to do is that I can ignore some of it while simultaneously working on some other chore
• I actually said “No, you CAN’T wash the dishes” to one of my children when they were fighting over them
• My paper cut is killing me
• If you come within 5 feet of my kids, you will probably be tattled on—don’t worry—no matter what you’ve done, I’ll go easy on you

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. joanna permalink
    January 28, 2011 8:11 am

    I don’t believe that any of your sweet children would actually say “I hate you mom” You must be doing something right!

    • January 28, 2011 9:26 am

      You’re right, none of my sweet children would. But my stinker did.

  2. amy permalink
    January 28, 2011 12:11 pm

    yes, toys with only one piece. I’ve stepped on 2 astronauts today from Jack’s “space set.”

  3. Wende Domm permalink
    January 28, 2011 6:36 pm

    I am much regretting the legos for Christmas. (many pieces) And the How to train your dragon figures (many figures) Oh and the puzzle pieces that are scattered everywhere.
    I haven’t gotten an “I hate you” yet, but does “You’re stupid” count?

    • January 28, 2011 7:50 pm

      I tossed SO MANY puzzle pieces this week–basically all the cardboard ones. And I have not yet braved legos–I know we’ll have fun with them someday, but they really hurt on barefeet.

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