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The Mom Uniform

A couple years ago, while pregnant with M, I read on a parenting forum about being trapped in a wardrobe rut, always wearing the dreaded "Mom Uniform", khakis and a button-down shirt. At the time, I chuckled and made a mental note to mix up my body coverings once baby was born. After M was born, however, I found myself in the Totally Let Myself Go Uniform - I wore the same PJs all day (and night) several days in a row, even though they stunk of spit up. I just didn't see the point in…

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Added by Karen U on October 9, 2011 at 9:42pm — No Comments

Why I'm the Worst Mommy Blogger Ever...

...in no particular order

  1. My posts contain adult themes (my husband is secretly trying to kill me) and bad language.
  2. Even my baby talks about sex, bribery and extortion so not only am I the Worst Mommy Blogger, I'm the Worst Mom. Aim high!
  3. I'm not gonna give you the homemade…
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Added by Karen U on October 6, 2011 at 3:03am — No Comments

My Husband is Secretly Trying to Kill Me (with Towels)

Oh, how my husband is secretly trying to kill me, let me count the ways. Or maybe we should skip to the chase and talk about the irony of ass towels for common use.  My husband is fastidious enough to wash the kids' bums when they poop - wipes aren't good enough for their lil tushes - yet fails to clue in that ass towels must be demoted from rack to hamper immediately. Or maybe he does know that, and it's all part of his evil plan to annihilate Boss #1 (that's me).



Not surprisingly,…

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Added by Karen U on October 4, 2011 at 3:30am — 1 Comment

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