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Just Venting

My expectations for motherhood were…frankly…completely wrong!   I had no idea of the great love and joy I would experience.  I also had no clue exactly what I was getting myself into.  And now, an excerpt from this past year:

It’s quiet in my house–too quiet.

I glance into my 6-year-old son’s room and am momentarily stunned speechless.  (Please stop now if you are easily grossed out.)  Dax is, happily, peeing down the air vent!  Ya, the type of air vent that connects to ALL the air vents in our home.  I swiftly approach my amazing man:

Me: (as I’m gripping his shoulders, shaking him slightly in frustration)  What are you doing?!!  You can’t do things like this!!!  You can’t pee down the vent!

Dax is now waving his hands up and down as if to calm me down.

Dax: (sincerely)  It’s ok Mom.  Whenever I go to my room, I do this all the time.

Grumpy Grateful Mom Goal of the Day:  Scheduling another vent cleaning.  

At my husband’s request, I’m adding a related story that he just reminded me of:

Time:  Shortly after above incident.

 Dani: (age 12)  Something’s been dripping on my head at night?  What is that!?!

I should note that Dani has a ceiling air vent, just above her bed.  Her bedroom also happens to be located directly under Dax’s bedroom.  Good times.

Pickles and Ketchup

I recently took my kids for a drive thru feast--cheeseburgers at McDonald's!  Me: I'd like 6 cheeseburgers with just pickles and ketchup. Mase (8 years old) (angry): Just pickles and ketchup! … [Continue reading]

Developments

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Three Big Changes

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Good News! Drinks on Me

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Motherly Mishaps

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Caught!

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Good News! Regression Repression

You know how some days you feel like you're regressing.  You feel grumpier, the house gets messier, and the kids are fighting more and more!  Maybe that's just me.  Yet!  There's been a plethora of … [Continue reading]

Family Politics

My husband and I watch and read an abundance of news, especially in big election years.  I'm always curious to see the different strategies the candidates employ. My kids would fit right in. My … [Continue reading]

Almost Back!

This blog will be back in working order by Wednesday. And now, I leave you with a random candid photo I've entitled, Attack of the Giant Climbing One-Year-Old Hope everyone's doing well! Grumpy … [Continue reading]