I got a request to post a question that probably somehow applies to each of us in some way this time of year:
"What do you do when someone buys your child a gift that you didn't want him to have? It's pretty age-appropriate, and I guess there's nothing horrible about it, but it's a little too big for our house and a lot obnoxious. They didn't give a gift receipt of course. Can I ask for a receipt? Or try to return without it? What if they ask how he likes it or they come over and don't see it? Should I just suck it up? Did I just answer my own question? lol"
What do you think?
One more thing to leave off your resume: misspellings.
Heads up, Kardashian fans (and haters): Kim's having a baby!
Did you know that Lady Godiva didn't ride naked through town out of arrogance or showmanship, but rather to fulfill a challenge from her awful husband who promised to lift taxes if she did? Fun fact as I continue the holiday eating frenzy over a 36-count box of chocolates...:)
Did any of your friends just have a baby or announce a pregnancy? Send them my way! We've welcomed some really great friends this year, and I'd love to have even more moms (or dads) in the conversation. If you know anyone who would enjoy or benefit from Crib Notes, please suggest that they add me.
(Plus, we need just 51 more friends to hit a nice round 1,000. Wouldn't that be cool?)
But we already knew that...
(She looks great!)
Italian Wedding Soup is so worth the effort it takes to make those teeny meatballs. A homemade breadstick makes it even better! (Sorry, I don't usually post about my meals, but I've had a lot of post-worthy food in the past couple days!)
Cheesecake and homemade Irish Cream while watching Pitch Perfect. (Haha, this somehow turned into a night of pure indulgence!)
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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