Wednesday, September 17, 2008

How do you do that?

At last night's shower (which had some of the best turn out for an activity in that ward mind you) I talked to some people who said, "Oh, I love reading your blog!" The people who hate it or me seldom say anything. :)

Um, excuse me? What was that? My blog. You're sure it was mine? And then they quote something and I say, "Yeah, that sounds like me." But don't judge by the blog. Then I remember that I've been rubbing on my special lotion and taking my pills, so I haven't sounded so snarky and down-right bitchy lately. Good thing for that. And I'm even PMS-ing right now and you didn't even know. But I'm not in their ward anymore so it's not like they could tell on me to anyone anyway.

The other thing that came up was "how do you blog every day?" First off, I don't. Sometimes I write multiple posts at a time and then publish them when I need them. Secret's out. Don't tell.

He he.

I was going to let you think I was Super Mommy but have since decided to cut down on bold-faced-outright lies. So I will let you in on another little secret. It's the same way I get my knitting done, and the occasional cooking. I let Little Miss think she's helping. She has her own keyboard and I know we are done when she launches it off the edge of the ottoman.

Tuesday I really had to get something done and Little Miss was in a mood where she only wanted to be held. Usually I oblige, but I really, really needed to get this done. And she LOVES the bathtub so I stuck her in the tub (fully clothed) with no water and handed her her toys. She played in there for almost forty five minutes while I sat on the toilet and knit. You do what you have to and make it up as you go along. That's how I do most things (diaper cakes included). Or go on YouTube. They've got lots of good (and not so good) ideas too.


northslopegang said...

You are so funny!!

Natster said...

thanks friend! I love this picture of little miss. She is sooooooo cute! Melts my heart...

Casey said...

Thanks for "keeping it REAL"! I love the bathtub idea...sometimes I read while my little princess is in there...and once many moons ago we were trying to teach one of my toddler boys to have good table manners. Stop doing (whatever it was)...or you'll eat your dinner in the tub! Yip, somewhere I have a picture of a teary eyed blonde boy sitting in the dry tub with a plate of dinner in front of him!

Anonymous said...

She is tooo cute. She is starting to look like a little girl more then a baby. Why do they have to grow up so fast?

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