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I don’t think I’ve ever told ya’ll about the “deal” that Ricky and I made waaaay back last winter when we first found out that we were having a baby. Lucy was still a wee pup and we were talking about potentially moving to a small farm just outside of the city. The whole “small farm” thing might sound funny if you don’t already know the back story – let me give you the short version: Ricky wanted a horse. And a pair of reindeer – basically so that he could build a sleigh for them to pull around the property.

You might think I’m kidding. I’m not. This was my reality last winter. So when I made the pact with Ricky – that he would be in charge of any animal poop –FOREVER - and I was in charge of changing every dirty diaper than any of our future children generated, I thought I was getting the good end of the stick...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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