enter source I participated in an instagram takeover yesterday for a local moms blog I follow and ran into another contributor last night at an event. She’d done the takeover prior to me and said some of the feedback she got was, “That’s alot of laundry”. We both laughed because I felt I could relate to having loads of laundry to do everyday (as many moms do), but the truth is- I can’t.
http://vitm.com/wp-content/plugins/delete-all-comments/readme.txt opzioni digitali moving average I’m going into my third year of trying for a child. I never have laundry and I found myself envious of my friend for drowning it. Moms, you’re lucky you have laundry.
iq turbo A single girlfriend of mine offered to watch our friend’s children one Friday night and host a sleepover at her apartment so their parents could have a much needed night alone. The two year old got super sick well into the night and by sick I don’t mean a runny nose- I mean explosive diarrhea and projectile vomiting. The kind where so much sickness is spewing from one child you start to wonder where it was all hiding. She spent the whole night changing sheets, washing clothes, and cleaning up the mess created while holding him and hugging him through it all. We imagined our friend would pick him up in the morning and say something like, “Are you sure you still want kids”, but our answer would be, “Yep! You’re lucky you have laundry!”
follow site Moms, you’re lucky that your wine glass cabinet is now overrun by sippy cups, that your $100 Pottery Barn throw is the lovie they ruined in the backyard campout, and that your iphone screen is broken because they dropped it during the family dance party in the living room. You’re lucky the sitting area is a disaster because they wanted to build a fort.
site de rencontre in english You’re lucky you have laundry to do.