I don't agree with her solution of inviting everyone to everything. Usually that's not logistically or financially possible. And of course everyone has "best" friends that they prefer to be around, but intentionally and obviously excluding someone is just mean-- especially when it's done by the mothers instead of the kids.
Ha! Love it.
I totally texted a friend a couple weeks ago complimenting her butt
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I believe this is your handiwork, Tara, perhaps with some help from Katie and/or Colleen?
Wanna' come over and have a singalong?
But I don't feel TOO bad because most of my friends are in this same place. So our missed calls and un-returned texts and "soon, I promise"s are all pretty mutual.
It's so funny how we get into certain patterns. I see the same friend every time I go to Tanners (and Lowes actually!), I see a mom I know from preschool at Michaels, and our pediatrician and I were on the same Wegmans schedule all winter!
I love all of my illegally-downloaded friends hahaha!
(From this crazy article--Some are funnier than others.)
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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