Last night I asked Facebook:

Have you ever been typing along, absolutely sure you spelled a word wrong, but the little red dotted line doesn’t show up so you type something crazy to make sure spell check is working?

There was a resounding yes.

One more thing we have in common kids.

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Here’s some decent stuff I babbled about over the last couple of weeks:

I sat Victoria Beckham down and discussed the validity of stretchy pants with her. It was a very one sided conversation.

Vivi’s preferred lullaby proves she is going to be cool forever and ever amen.

One kid to two kids, is it really that different? Now three…three and you’re outnumbered.

Yet another rule of parenting. When one gets sick they all get sick, just not at the same time.

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Vivi is going to be Perry the Platypus for Halloween. It’s taking all the willpower I have not to pin her platypus tail to every clothing item she wears from now until college.

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Heather started a new brain workout series on her site called Just Write. In case you have writer’s block and need a little nudge towards the creativity cliff.

My other friend Jessica has a whole site dedicated to getting over writers block, it’s called Kick in the Blog.

Or we could all just discuss the injustice of ingrown nipple hair.

Have a lovely day!

Comments

  1. Ingrown nipple hair? You mean there are OTHER ways your boobs can turn on you? The unfairness of that blows my mind.

    Thanks for linking to Kickintheblog! It has a new prompt up because the start of the school year finally decided to release me from its grips and let me surface! YAY school!

  2. Just so you know, I’m going to start a campaign to get those two parenting rules about three kids outnumbering the parents and every kid gets sick at different times inscribed on every single birth control possible. As a mother of three, you are absolutely right…they do outnumber you, they do get sick at different times. It’s part of their overall conspiracy. However, if they pick up the dreaded stomach virus, you need to know they get it simultaneously so there is a backup in laundry you can’t even imagine, and then when you think they’re over it, the first one will get it AGAIN.

  3. Damn I hate ingrown nipple hair. I get it by my belly button too. Just me? What no, really?

  4. I just go right on hearting you more and more.

    Thank you.

  5. She’s only going to fit that costume for a brief period of time… you need to get as much use out of it as possible. I say wear it every day.

  6. But let’s discuss how much I want to EAT the fat rolls on the back of her knees in the photo.

    Mmmmm. So yummy.

  7. Can not wait to see Vivi as Perry!!!