Things I've Learned This Week

** Judgmental moms can suck it.

** My kids coined the phrase, “Save the drama for your mama.

** Fingernail clippings do NOT belong on the kitchen table.

** Dirt floors would better serve this household.

** If a door says “PULL” to open, you probably shouldn’t push it.

** Watching a YouTube video of lice crawling in someone’s hair can scar you for life.

** I really shouldn’t have to keep saying, “Don’t eat your boogers.”

** Moth balls should be illegal. Pee-eww.

** I have a cooler with a baseball bat and a shovel in my backyard.

** I am classy.

** Children only want to sleep in on school days.

** Our foyer looks like a shoe factory had the runs.

** We should’ve named the dog “Asshole.”

** My son is obsessed with timers.

** Nobody truly lives on Perfect Mountain.

**”Jack and Jill” is one dumb-ass nursery rhyme.

** BP stands for “Big Pussies.”

** Google is my friend.

** It’s beyond bizarre that my waxing lady leaves the room for me to remove my pants before a bikini wax.  Hello…lady bits in your face!

** I’ll be dead before I finally feel rested.

** There are WAY too many grumpy people in this world.

** I could really use a personal assistant.

** Despite what I might think, God does not give me more than I can handle.


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11 Responses to Things I've Learned This Week

  1. Dolli says:

    I learned that I heal quickly thus removing stitches is very painful because my skin has healed around them. OUCH!

  2. I learned that sometimes having a paddle store nearby would have been EXTREMELY convenient.

  3. You ROCK!

    Sometimes you’re a bit surprising……I can see how other people might be shocked at your candor and even I cringe at some of your posts….just in the sense that I wouldn’t have the guts to portray myself as you do…….but I’m all about the professionalism and should probably spend more time getting as comfortable as I can with the personableness it really takes to succeed on the web.

    You are honest in a very striking way on the web….I am that way in person but somehow when I get online their is a sense of professionalism I feel I must maintain and that’s only because of all my years doing it.

    Your everyday honesty is shocking, inspiring, funny and just PURE in the truest sense of the word.

    Many would call you common or even trashy for how you involve the everyday insanity of motherhood into your professional work. So many people portray themselves as if they have no common traits in their lives.

    I really enjoy your blog and you being such a forthright true individual. I have come across many blogs on the net from mothers everywhere and yours has to be at the top with the best of them.

    As always I will be looking for your blog emails daily.


    • mama2point0 says:

      Wow! Thanks so much for the awesomely nice compliments about my blog! As you can see, I’m pretty much an open book — it’s no fun to make fun of myself if I don’t have anyone else to laugh along with me & all the stupid things that tend to happen to me. Hope to see you pop over here time & time again! 🙂

  4. Andrea says:

    I learned that my three year old not only hears what I am saying (screaming, pleading) but that he can repeat it verbatim. So I’d better pay attention to what I’m saying (“No Mommy, YOU’RE making me crazy!!”)

  5. Carol says:

    I learned never to ask why there is a traffic cone in the backseat of your daughters car.

  6. I’m loving it as usual. I always enjoy reading your blog.

  7. rageomatic says:

    That I can go 5 months without my wife and daughter and not crack up, but I start to get brittle and mean around 4 months.

  8. Jasmine says:

    I’ve learned that this month has got to end!!
    2 road trips, 2 weddings, 2 viewings (not relatives this time, but one was a 3 year old), an old friend who lost both parents within 8 days, a possible inheritance check, dental work that kept me out for a full day, making 20 bracelets & 20 necklaces with teenage girls, a 12 yr old failing Math b/c of 18 missing assignments, Mother’s Day….I don’t know who put me on this roller coaster but I want off!

    What do you think Dr. Nucking Futs? 🙂

    • mama2point0 says:

      Oh dear Lord, plop yourself down on my couch for an emergency session! Wow, you have been BUSY, girl! Sheesh! So much for easing into summer, eh? Hopefully, June will be a calmer month for you?

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