Saturday, April 25, 2009

Saturday Siesta

I did not have time to type this up for Friday Flashbacks so I'm posting it as my own Saturday Siesta during my down time today.
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My hubby is one person that completely understands me and I love that about him. Like when he opens and speaks his words of knowledge, its like "wow, you really get it." The other day when he had a day off from work he was like, "I see that you have a hard time with both kids when we're not around to help." My response, "I just deal with it."
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My son was at my feet exhausted but will not go to bed without me. I want to finish cooking chicken but cannot, so I sleep next to him on the bed until he dozes off but try my hardest not to doze off myself.
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Billy woke up at morning prayer crying for me. I was asleep next to my hubby in the other room. He cry-walks to the bathroom and sees the light on, lies on the floor whining for me, thinking I'm in the bathroom. I grab him off the floor and bring him to bed with me. He falls asleep again.
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I wore a green salwar kameez this week and it brought out a lot of responses. My brother said I looked like a leprechaun, the funny little men you see around St. Patrick's day. My bil said I looked like a shamrock. "Do you know what a shamrock is?" My daddy said I looked beautiful. My hubby's response was priceless. He was like, "Oh, she wore that yesterday, you didn't see it?" to his younger brother.
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My daughter lost her gold earring outside a few days back. I tell her to look for it. She says, "no, I'm a boy." Her uncle says to her, "come here for a minute." Her response, "I'm busy taking care of Billy." Such a smart mouth!
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The "best" back talk I got this week from my 3 year old was:
me: "Go make the bed."
daughter: "How am I suppose to make the bed. I'm no grown woman who knows how to make the bed. Do I know how?"

1 comment:

Constructive Attitude said...

hahahaha. i cant believe she said that.

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