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Do you have a bi-polar iPod? My husband's is. Only he's a (big tough) construction worker who plays his out loud on jobs. So it cycles from some scream rock insanity to Ralph's World 'At the Bottom of the Sea'. Hilarious. He has stopped rushing to switch it and just lets it play out now... Thanks for the relatable laugh RANTS FROM MOMMYLAND !
Ok, I don't wish failure on anyone, but if this was meant for her kids-- things she wanted THEM to know-- then why does its NYT/Amazon rank matter? Plus, if it makes more room on the women's non-fiction shelf...
Little guy brought me a cupcake while I was upstairs brushing my teeth.
Lesson learned: everyone is now tall enough to reach things on the counter. (And yes, I'm a mean mommy-- I made him put it back.)
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Wish I had a dollar for everytime I said, "slow down" or "be careful"
Wine after Whine~ as in drinking____, after listening to___.
Toys banned from kids' meals that do not meet nutritional requirements. I like it (mainly b/c it means less junky toys in the house!). Do you? Will it make a difference?
"I don't understand how people cheat once they have kids. I don't have energy to fool around. I told my wife, 'If you ever catch me in another woman's bed you know I'm just there to take a nap.'" --Wanda Sykes
These are a /little/ extreme for me, but I like the overall concept~ Baby steps, right?!
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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