** If a day ever went by where a kid HADN'T peed on a toilet seat here, I'd swear I was in the wrong house.

** I seriously could not be more unorganized.

** Everybody needs a mental health day.  (Still waiting impatiently to cash in on mine....)

** Homework supervision is totally interfering with my tweeting and Facebooking.

** There are some days that I'm allergic to motherhood (like Mondays and Fridays).

** Casey Anthony couldn't be more full of herself even if she stuck her own head up her ass.

** New Year's resolutions are clearly not for me.

** There are evidently still "mean girls" in the adult world.  Sad but very true.

** 1,000 piece puzzles are extremely addictive, especially for nerds like me.

** It's highly possible to be a little TOO neighborly.

** Legos, thank God, are still the bomb.

** Sushi makes a really crappy week a little less crappy.

** A crazy woman in the UK gave her daughter a voucher for lipo as a stocking stuffer. And here my kids just got candy canes....

** The shit and the fan are meeting way too often these days.

** Despite what I might think, God does not give me more than I can handle.

SO WHAT DID YOU LEARN THIS WEEK???? >>

 

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Comment by Heather Dugdale on January 6, 2012 at 12:21pm

Love this post!  It's all about learning the hard way and just embracing it, isn't it?  If you appreciate the humorous aspects of motherhood, please stop by http://www.recoveringworkingmom.com/.  Thanks for putting a smile on my face today :)

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