Jenny, that's tough, and I totally agree with your advice to dh.
I confess I had a crazy pregnancy dream last night. I was giving birth in the process of moving into a mobile home in the woods. But we were flying to move and a bunch of APA ladies were on the plane with me and started talking about seeing people give birth and like three were saying how they had seen a giraffe being born. It was so weird. giraffes...
oh.. and Sunrider... I confess I had to giggle when I went to try on those dress pants..
As you saw, I'm not very tall... and holding the pants up with the legs just skimming the ground, the waist band hit me right across the chest.. lol DH laughed and said I could wear them like those super high waisted jeans that were so in recently...
Kate, mama to Madi (4/18/08) and Jacob (10/8/10)
I confess I just realized after I don't know how long... six months maybe? that I had entered the babies' birthday wrong in the ticker and it was off by two days. I am terrible at birthdays and I have to really concentrate to remember if they were born on July 26th or 28th (I get confused because dh is the 28th of January, and it took me 8 years to remember his birthday and I still have to look at my calendar to make sure). Neither of us remember our anniversary.
Hopefully I'll remember their birthday when it counts. This is embarrassing.
Jealous of APA meet-ups, but hoping to have one myself with Stash and Oscar when they're in town this week.
Thinking Evie is just WAY too cute! I love that picture.
Congrats to Alisha for quitting smoking. That is incredibly difficult and the best thing you'll ever do for yourself and for Evie.
Maybe attack them with a pair of scissors?
Ditto the Congrats, Alisha, on quitting smoking. I remember seeing your ticker yesterday and thinking "wow, they make tickers for everything! how cool is that!". I've never been a smoker, but have seen how difficult it can be to quit. My cousin tried 3 times and still may not be successful. My mother quit cold turkey after more than 25 years - and never picked up another one.
You can do it!
I confess I am paying dearly this week for last weeks laziness. Yes, its only Monday, but I've been hopping between getting my house looking perfect so it can get appraised at the highest possible price, planning my 10 year reunion and there are things that HAVE to get done NOW, and trying not to get caught up in wanting to think about Vegas... 'cause really, that's all I want to do.
^that is what I like to call a run on... Eat it up grammar police!!!
I confess that i have been gone out of town for 4 days picking up my nephew and am too lazy to go back and read all the confessions I missed since I'm not feeling to well because of allergies that I always seem to get when travelling.
I confess that on our road trips, DH and I usually listen to conservative talk radio so we can have a good laugh at the lies and crazy that some of the hosts spew. One kept talking about how sick it was that "the media" was focusing so much attention on Michael Jackson's death and not speaking of major issues facing congress, yet his whole show was about Michael Jackson and people calling in to complain about it, so IMO he was the same as "the media."
I confess my favorite part of the show was when they were speaking about Obama and said he's a hypocrite and an undercover agnostic since he doesn't go to church anymore now that he's become president. I hope it's true.