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Friday, September 23, 2011

Friday Night Leftovers

Head over to visit our hostess, Miss Danifred...she's uber-cool.

  • I think the time has come to split up the Crazies...no more sharing a room.
  • This brings a lot of stress b/c, honestly?  We have too much furniture in our house.
  • We need to get rid of some stuff, put some in storage, and move some stuff around.
  • Oh, then we need to redecorate, get bed rails, buy a full mattress, get bedding, talk the Crazies into actually sleeping in their new beds, worry about them falling out, make sure they're not playing when they should be sleeping, recreate a bedtime routine, and hope for the best.
  • Yes, we may be completely  nuts, but it had to happen sometime, right?

  • Sorry about my pity party yesterday.
  • I don't know what got into me.
  • Raising three-year olds is awesome...especially when you can do two at a time.
  • Everyone should do it.
  • It's just awesome.
  • No sarcasm here.
  • I don't believe in it.
  • It just feels unnatural.

  • Toddlers are a libido killer.
  • Those words were uttered by Husband last night.
  • Apparently we need another vacation.

  • We start Tae Kwon Do this weekend.
  • Right after our flu vaccinations.
  • Some may think this is "mean" (ahem...cough...GG).
  • I think it's distracting.
  • They'll be fine.
  • And I wonder why my children torture me on a daily basis.

  • Fall television is taking over my life.
  • I barely watched TV when it was Summer.
  • I love all the new shows coming back into my life.
  • However, I'd like a little bit of time to actually watch them.
  • What's your guiltiest pleasure?

  • I've decided to hold the Crazies back from Kindergarten right after they turn five (they're 12 days ahead of the cut-off).
  • This decision has come after multiple conversations with friends, acquaintances, professionals, strangers, and Husband.
  • I think it's the best thing.
  • It's the only time I can do it.
  • It puts me at ease.
  • I don't think it's a decision that I'll regret.
  • The only downside is that I'll be one more year out of work.
  • Note to self:  redefine "downside."

  • My friend, with cancer, got a good report.
  • I mean, as good as a cancer report can be.
  • She doesn't need chemo or radiation.
  • She has a good prognosis.
  • She's realized who her real friends are.
  • As much as I wonder sometimes, I hope I never have to find out.