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Good morning and happy Tuesday to you all. It's been a long week of carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders. Here's where Mommies can come to vent and get rid of some of that unwanted weight, metaphorically speaking anyways. Though, the more I think of it, there could very well be a link between carrying the weight of the world and holding a little extra baggage around our middles! But that's another post altogether! LOL Today, we're gathered here to vent and unload. You can comment anonymously if you prefer. I just want you to get it off your chest and off your mind. You'll feel better, I promise. I'll go first; Sometimes, when my 4 year old goes all Miley Cyrus mouthy on me and proclaims ( at the top of her lungs, no less) "I hate you Mother(Mudd-Da)!!" , usually for the infraction of telling her it's time to put away her toys and go to bed ( apparently between 3-4, that became a crime punishable by death).On "those" occassions, sometimes I wish I wouldn't be given the worst mother of the year award and could in fact respond , " Oh yeah sister? Well..,ME friggin Too!!!!!!!" Of course, I wouldn't mean it by any means( well not past that instant anyways)but it sure would be refreshing to have the option:) Wow! I feel better already just sharing it with you girls.Thanks for the love and support. Next time, let's do this over coffee! Oh sweet catharsis, have a delightfully guilt free day of mothering! I know I plan to!
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