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cassie-b

I would call that a VERY FULL day. I wonder if you ever get a nap.

Cas

JuJuBee

I can't nap...it seems to make me even more groggy.

Peeved Michelle

Why did you decide to go back to work?

Hazel

You forgot: Bring home bacon, fry it up in a pan.

JuJuBee

PM: Because we need the money mostly, but also because it's nice to have time with other adults and I love what I do, not to mention that there is a future there with the company...This is roughly three or four nights a week.

heathabee

When I win the lottery I am going to buy you a dishwasher! Far too much time in people's lives is wasted by the kitchen sink!

<3

JuJuBee

Ha! We might be putting one in this Christmas:) Just need to figure out where. I love you for the thought.

Chris Cactus

So I get the impression you're trying to tell us you're a little busy ;)

Peeved Michelle

Just wondering. No judging :)

heathabee

Yesssssss! Perfect gift for the house! :o)

One Wink

When the hell did you post this??? I don't even come here anymore. ;-) Uh, you forgot to pee.

One Wink

Actually, I check every day. This is so pretty! Thank you again for a perfectly lovely visit :-)
xo

Kevlar

That same routine is repeated by Mrs. Kevlar nearly on a daily basis (with the exception of the work times). I have two thoughts on this as I am sure it is repeated by hundreds of thousands of other parents:

1. Our lives are what we make them to be. We make the schedules for the little ones, it is NOT the other way around. As two of my three young ones are now of the organized sport age, I can’t help but feel the frustration of everything down to the last minute of our lives has become pre-determined, pre-scheduled and dictated to be a certain place at a certain time to “play”. When did this insanity take hold of me, my wife and my family? When I was a child (and I’m pushing reaaal close to 40 now), we simply played with our friends. Of course there was little league, but that was nothing compared to the games we made up on our own.

2. On the other hand, I sit and think that we should enjoy the time when sitting down to eat a warm breakfast and a hot cup of coffee is a luxury. It seems like it lasts forever, but the reality is that its over in a blink of an eye. A question we discuss in the Kevlar household is who and what will we be doing, when the kids don’t need the constant attention?

PS. I followed a link here from OneWink since she is becoming a part of the 2dP family 

Melinda

Wow, isn't it funny when you list it all out that you can see how much you do in a day? It's crazy.

Indonesian Writing-AHM

What a busy day!

Lori

Are you ever going to blog again?

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