Friday, February 22, 2008

You Know You're a Mom When...
  1. You sing "Dora Dora Dora the Explorer" in the shower.
  2. Your idea of a good day is making it through without a child leaking bodily fluids on you.
  3. You clap when someone goes potty.
  4. Your morning alarm clock says wah, wah instead of beep, beep.
  5. You shout out "Fire Truck" whenever you see one. Even when your kids aren't with you.
  6. Your baby spits up, it misses your t- shirt and trickles down your chest and you are actually happy- because now it saves you from having to run around and find something else remotely clean to wear.
  7. When your child pukes and  you catch it with your hand.
  8. When you go to use the bathroom you count the seconds before one of your children or husband come knocking at the door.
  9. When your out with friends and all you can think of to talk about is your kids.
  10. You cant wait to hug your kids when you hear something troubling on the news. 
 I know all you moms have some to add to this list.  So let's hear them!
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Friday, February 15, 2008

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Nate's Birthday

For Nate's birthday we went bowling.  Rob and I haven't bowled since high school.  So you can imagine how we played.  But that didn't matter we had a blast!

Friday, February 8, 2008

Pink-Punky- Presley

This is what happens when you leave your kids with Aunt Kari! 

Monday, February 4, 2008

Shake Your Grove Thing

A night out with no kids-!!  
 On Saturday night Kari came over to watch our kids, while Rob and I went to Green Street with some of his freind's from work.  We went dancing,  
and boy can Rob shake his grove thing!

Growing Up

Presley is officially a big girl.  Well, not officially, we still have to tackle potty training, but we got Presley a big girl bed so that Payton could use the crib.  So far it's worked out great.  Presley loves her new bunk bed and even Porter thinks the top bunk is cool.  He thinks he should have a baby brother now so that he can have a bunk bed.  He keeps asking if I have a baby boy in my tummy yet.  I hate to disappoint him but he's going to be waiting on those bunk beds for quite awhile.