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February 04, 2011


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I'd be pulling my hair out. And when it was over? I'd go shopping. For hats. And other stuff. Like shoes. And possibly more wall art. Revenge by credit card.


I can't say I blame him...there's always next week though.

I try not to get excited about time to myself since it's like putting a jinx on it or something. If I want to get out I'll wait until an hour before I want to go and start calling to see which friends are available. Putting any time for myself on a calendar is like asking for a kid to puke, bleed, or worse.

Hope the flu doesn't spread!

Betty Fokker

I'm a stay at home mom of a 5,3, and 1 yr old. I pity him with all my heart. My 1 year old is napping or I couldn't post this reply :)


LOL! Loving it! :)


I'm a stay at home mom with kids ages 7, 6, 4, and 2... two boys, two girls, so I can totally relate.

Except I homeschool due to the lousy school district we live in... so no part-time anything for me. Kids 24-7. At least none of them are in diapers.


Snow days totally f up my life. So does early dismissal. With 3 kids in 3 schools, seems there is no down time. And hate to tell you, but I've got nearly 10 years on those ages. Hang in there!

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