Wednesday, January 16, 2013

When Mommy Brain Hits...

The following conversation with my hubby occurred upon me finding yet another wall drawing by Miss Violet van Gogh:

I *slightly desperate (and annoyed)*: Oh dear goodness, did you see the drawing Violet left us on the wall AGAIN???



Hubby: Yes... I told you about it the day before yesterday...

I *surprised*: This did not just happen right now???

Hubby: No, I even TOLD you about it..

I *increasingly confused*: You did???

Hubby: Yes.. And YOU said it's no big deal...

I *REALLY confused*: Did I????

Hubby: You need more sleep!!!



Ps: I have to agree...

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12 comments:

  1. My kid used to draw on the walls when she was being watched by her grandfather. When I said something he replied, "Oh, she likes it." Sigh!

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    1. Our older daughter did it back in the US, I could wipe it off fairly easy. Our walls here are different, so I am getting quite upset. If my parents had let the girls do something like that, I would have been fairly upset as well!

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  2. What was the drawing of??? :)

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    1. She was 2, so it was only hectic scribbling on the wall. Had it actually been anything interesting, I might have just bought a large frame to hang around it :-)

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  3. That's funny. Use it to make him allow you to sleep in really late next weekend. Also? I have blue crayon on my couch. Yup.
    (visiting from the hop and followed you on Bloglovin')

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    1. The hubby usually lets me sleep in at least one day of the weekend. But mostly, the girls don't really let me. I simply cannot sleep if I have a wailing little girl loitering outside my bedroom door :-)

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  4. Any conversation with a mother can end with that line! And I hope hubby took Ms. Van Gogh for awhile, and let you get some sleep!

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    1. He did! He usually lets me have at least one morning at the weekend to sleep in. But unfortunately I'm a night owl with a day job, not a good combination :-)

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  5. My son told me the other day that I need to get my brain fixed. If only it were that easy!

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    1. If you find out where to get it fixed, please let me know, Jen! I'll make an appointment as well :-)

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  6. Thank you for joining Second-Chance Sunday! I shared, tweeted, +1, and pinned!

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    1. Wow, thank you so much, Lisa! This situation was just so weird but funny, I felt like sharing ;-)

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