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this is what I woke up to ...

the monitor off, child screaming, wet diaper around ankles, wet bed, wet clothes. take diaper off, pee in bed. take pjs off, pee on floor. thats it! TUB!
dang it - its friday!

Added by Caitlin Hawks on April 30, 2010 at 1:48pm — No Comments

great now it looks like I get beat!

my kid just hit me playfully with my cell phone. caused some damage - black mark under my eye. time to dig out the heavy duty make up! everyone at work already hates my husband, wonderful.

Added by Caitlin Hawks on April 29, 2010 at 11:11am — No Comments

quick one about kenny in 3d

kenny chesney is hott! the movie was like being at one of his shows, front row. me and my sister had a real good time - pretending we weren't married with kids. its good to have that once and awhile. we got so lost getting there it was hilarious. drove around the shopping center trying to find the theater. when we left I said Im getting out my gps this time she said you had a gps this whole time! LOL only downside it was $40 for 2, plus $15 for popcorn candy and soda. ugh! gonna miss his tour… Continue

Added by Caitlin Hawks on April 27, 2010 at 11:34pm — No Comments

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