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AWKWARD
*Forgetting to rip the price tag out of a gift.....and it was on clearance.
*Getting asked when you're expecting.........and you're not. Not wanting to make the situation awkward for them because, clearly it already is for you, you make up a fake due date and play along with the questions that follow. "Ummm yes, we were hoping for another boy"...considering the one we have at home is only 6 weeks old, I'm sure they would be besties.
*Someone referring to you by your embarassing childhood nickname in public, or worse.....on your FB wall.
*Mixing two different circles of friends at a get together.
*Registering at Pottery Barn for a non-existent baby shower just to take advantage of the 10% off everything you didn't get on your registry discount. Actually, that was pretty awesome! Okay, now on to the.....
 
 
 
 
AWESOME
*Drinking orange juice out of your fancy crystal glasses for no special reason....except that it makes the orange juice feel more special.
*PAYDAY! - nuff said.
*For this one, rewind 11 years ago. (all you late twenty-somethings on up should get it) Newly married.....hubs is sleep talking. Wanting to find out what he's dreaming about you whisper in his ear..."what's my name?" He responds................."Slim Shady". True story- didn't even remeber that conversation the next morning. Had he uttered anything else, this would have obviously been on the other list.
Hi there- I'm Jennifer from A Happy Circus .  I hope you'll stop by for a visit!

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