So how is your vacation going you all?
Oh wait, I forgot you’re not on vacation. So let’s talk about mine! We went to this adorable strawberry farm and there was this whole group of new moms there. They were so cute, each with their one little baby and obsessively talking about when to take away the pacifier.
I told them as long as they do it by junior high – they are totally fine.
I really can remember being that girl.
And then, at one point, I overheard the following snippet of conversation…
New mom #1 “So how big is a bridge table?”
New mom #2 “You know, the same size as a mahjong table.”
Now, I don’t remember saying that when I was a new parent. Or ever really. Might be a Florida thing.
Anyway, do you watch Parenthood? Every week, I sob through that show because I dread the day my kids start being total jerks to me and then abandon me for college. So I just want to personally thank NBC for making me stress about this years in advance.
Okay, I’d like to show you one of my favorite pics from the week.
It’s a sign from the pool at Rick’s parent’s gated community.
I don’t know about you but when I’m suffering from mad diarrhea, the last thing I think is, “Hey, I can hardly leave the bathroom. But let me try to get my suit on and hit the pool! Marco! Polo!”
And seriously, who would swallow the water after reading the diarrhea rule?!
Because it’s positively cruel to leave you with thoughts of diarrhea, let me post a few snapshots of my sweet children. (You know, the ones who will someday treat me like crap and then abandon me for college.)
mama bird notes:
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