All Blog Posts Tagged 'screaming' (3)

Brad...Angie...Meet Your New Daughter



Call the Mommy police. Report me to Parents magazine. Someone get a hold of Brad and Angie and see if they are interested in adding another child to their multi-cultural brood because I. Am. Over. It.



"It" is cute babies. "It" is cute babies who scream un-apologetically. "It" is cute babies who scream un-apologetically for no good reason other than they hate their car seat. And lastly, "It" is cute babies who scream… Continue

Added by Adiba Pena on August 23, 2009 at 1:25am — No Comments

The Neighbors are going to call the police soon.

It was a cool evening in my suburban neighborhood. A beautiful sunset was finally resting making the Tampa Bay sky dance with many colors in pink, orange, and purple tones. Neighbors walk their dogs by my home are enjoying the breeze and listing to the wind blow through the palm trees. It is such a quiet hushing sound that calms any one from a stressful day. Suddenly, the ladies slow down and finally stop in front of my house looking at each other in horror wondering if they should be calling… Continue

Added by The Obnoxious SAHM on February 16, 2009 at 2:29pm — No Comments

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