On a weekend evening, you might gain a bit of unimportant information about us, like what we are having for bedtime snack... "mmmm, banana splits!"
Or perhaps you'd get a laugh reading the little tidbits of life in this household...
When "Oh crap!" takes on a very literal meaning:
I am nursing my 3 month old to sleep. From the bathroom I hear the 2 yr old say "I peed and pooped!" Then the four year old says "bend over, let me wipe you."
Brant just bought a bent slinky from Aubrey for $20.
New rule in this house: all transactions involving dollar bills requires an okay from mom first!
Dean just informed me that the three naked kids in the pool that is on the tramp "are not his children".
Hmmmm, I wonder where they came from?!
But blogs aren't status updates and typically consist of more than a few sentences and minutes of my time. And finding the time to write more than a few sentences is becoming harder and harder. Actually, I am writing. In my spiral notebook/journal. But I don't think anyone would care to read those writings, as it's usually a pretty desperate need that makes me pick up my pen.
So...as I have very little to say at this time about my daily life of laundry, housework, meal planning, grocery shopping, bill paying, owie kissing, homework enforcing, toddler hugging, baby snuggling, child bathing, and bedtime readings, I will probably be kind of quiet on here.
Until, that is, I find some motivation to make time to finish up my chair project. I'll share the results.
And if I ever finish Aubrey's quilt some time in this next decade, I'll probably share that too.
And most likely I'll once again start going crazy wrapped in the doldrums of mommy talk and chores that I'll log on and post something uninteresting or unimportant.
Basically, my point is, I have nothing that I think is of interest to share. But I'll most likely be sharing it anyway. At some point. Because sharing kind of makes me feel like an adult and it somehow keeps me sane. But it'll be sporadic because I've always got some laundry to go fold.
Thanks for letting me share. Thanks for helping me feel like an intellectual, while in reality I am surrounded by preschoolers and play a lot of candy land. Thanks for helping me stay out of the loony bin.
I am forever in your debt. And I bet my husband thanks you.
Okay, I'll shut up now.
And go fold my laundry.
And go find out what Elaina is getting into this time.