Friday, August 31, 2007

My very own

As a mother, I have very few things that are my own. My 3 year old loves to drink out of my cup. (hmm... I wonder why I am always getting sick?...) He also seems fascinated with MY toothbrush. Not his toothbrush, not his dad's toothbrush, but my dull pink, run of the mill toothbrush seems to say, "Ryan, come and put me in your mouth!" My clothes are not my own. My daughter does not like pajamas (no matter how cute they are) she would rather wear one of my T-shirts. I even have to share my bed. Just kidding Honey! I was just trying to make a point. But this Blog here is MINE all MINE!!:::::::::insane woman laughter:::::::::

Hmmm..... So now what do I do?


Bob said...

I, too am inspired by Dawn at Because I Said So. I love your explanation of why you have so many kids: Twister is so much more fun! I agree with the comment you wrote on Dawn's blog. Good luck with your blog. I'll be back.

Cecily R said...

What do you do now? Well, now everything your kids do, you'll think "Hmm,that would make a good blog entry", or someone who knows you blog will make a comment about how "You'd better write that one in your blog!"

For a while anyway, it'll be in the back of your head constantly...or that could just be me.

Anyway, great start, and keep writing!

Manic Mom said...

Congrats on starting a blog. Found you from Dawn's blog. You'll soon become addicted!

Good for the Kids said...

Welcome to Blogworld! You got lucky enough to be Dawn's first posting, so I'm sure you're getting immediate attention (see: me)! I advertise on her site b/c I know how much people love her now. My web store is Good for the Kids.

My blog is all mine, too. Not even my husband knows I blog! Moowaaahahahaha...

Here's mine:

All the best,
Angie :)

Jennifer said...

You got me at five little monkeys. 4 boys!!! :) I have one and hes a handful! I bow to those of you that can juggle more then one child <3

Anonymous said...

Great Start! 4 boys, oh my. I am the mother of 8 and my older boys were apart in age, so things stayed calm. My 2 youngest are boys and I'm wondering where all their energy and imagination come from!