Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Mama Said There'll Be Days Like This

Yesterday morning was one of Those Days.



After redirecting and reprimanding for the bazillionth time, I cried out in desperation:



"Good lord, isn't ANYONE listening to me today??"



To which Princess #3 happily replied,



"Not me!"



Sigh.

17 comments:

  1. Well.....you asked. :D

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  2. Your post made me laugh and sigh all at the same time - how true. Just gave you a few awards on my site. Hope you are having a better day...

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  3. Tee hee hee.... I guess you can give her kudos for honesty. :) Hope today is better!

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  4. I ADORE your blog and your little family!

    Mr. Graves and I have often spoken about what it would be like to have a house full of princesses and though I'm kind of keen on the idea, as you can understand he is terrified at the thought! I grew up with three sisters and LOVED how you defined each of your girls. If I were to make a similar list of myself and my sisters we'd fall in much the same way! Looking forward to reading more about Planet Pink!

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  5. Heee... you'd have to give her top marks for honesty though! Hope tomorrow's a better day... hang in there!

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  6. Lol! I've learned never to ask my girls a question if I'm not prepared to hear their answer. Hope you have a better day.

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  7. Oh my goodness I can only imagine what it will be like when my little one starts talking. lol. Your little #3 is too cute! I hope they start listening and easing up on you. I do love that it seems that the Lord gives me a break somehow just when the day seems like it can't get any more exhausting, somehow he gives me a little quiet time or super natural mental break to tackle the next chunk of the day. I pray that with four little ones you get those little breaks as often as possible cuz I know we all need them:)

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  8. I'm having one of those myself. I'm outnumbered by the overflow of testosterone in this house.
    When you're at the end of your rope, tie a knot and hold on. ~ Author Unknown.

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  9. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHHA!!!!

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  10. OMGOSH!!! I looooooooove her.

    LOL!

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  11. Oh my goodness she cracks me up.
    xoxo,t

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  12. It is alot of fun! AND alot of work! I love hearing from people who were one of 4 girls and survived! It gives me hope!

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  13. This is hilarious! I laughed when I read it!!

    I have another question - how are you liking Disqus? I'm thinking about using it on my blog, but I don't know a lot about it. I need to look into it more.

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  14. I LOVE that I can reply directly to a comment from my email, and that it threads the comments and replies on my blog. Before when I would reply to someone in the comments it would just appear at the bottom. So I think this is much easier. I also like how people can "like" a comment, sorta like facebook. BUT (and this is a big but), when I made the switch I lost all comments that came before. :-( Disqus has an option to import all your old Blogger comments but everytime I've tried I've gotten an error. I have a support ticket into Disqus and they are working on it, but I suppose there's no guarantee I'll get those comments back. So, I would definitely be wary right now, especially if all those comments are really important to you. I HOPE they figure it out, because other than that I have no issues.

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  15. Can you believe these pictures were taken the first time we did something together as families? Look how young #3 is! And my post/pre pregnancy belly was so much smaller than my post/post belly is now. AND we were OUTside!! Ugh its miserable weather.

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  16. I know. That was such a fun day. Haven't been back since. Sigh. When did we move to Hades?

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