Thursday, April 15, 2010
Monday, April 12, 2010
Make sure you have a VERY large blanket.
My middle daughter decided to see what it was like to swaddle a 4 year old. She is convinced it's the only way she will ever be able to get our 4 month old grandson to sleep.
I told her to try it on her brother, to see how many very large swaddles she would be needing later on.
She decided it's alot of work and they just wont stay in the thing.
I guess she'll have to figure out another way to get him to sleep in the next few years.
Monday, April 05, 2010
Make my eye twitch
Nope, it's none of you guys. I love your blogs they are honest, real life.
I don't want to say the name of the blog, it's pretty popular, I think.
See if you recognize any of the "headlines". You maybe able to guess which one it is.
This is how I would answer some of their "issues".
"MY *ADOPTED CHILD STUMPS A CLOWN"
MY TAKE: really, the one I pushed out after 21 hrs of labor, pulled a clown's nose off and called him a geek...at the age of 4. Kids are Kids.
IS A "MESSED UP" *ADOPTED CHILD WORTH THE INVESTMENT?
MY TAKE: first if you're asking this question DON'T *ADOPT.
SECOND, Is a "messed up" child born of your blood, sweat & tears & weight gain, worth the investment? You do what you have to do for your children.
"*ADOPTED IS A WORD WE STOP USING AFTER COMING OUT OF THE COURT HOUSE. After that, your just my kid.
Next...My wife and I are unable to become pregnant, and now she wants to *adopt a child. Is adoption the right thing to do?
My Take: If you have to ask this, then NO, it's not for you.
Next: How do I love and accept my *adopted child?
MY Take: You are kidding, right? Because I doubt you'll ever accept the child as YOUR child & are the kind of person who would introduce the child as your *adopted son/daughter.
I've got to stop now....my eye is twitching