Whoopsie Daisy

April 27th, 2012 in About Me

Here are my whoopsie daisy moments for the week:

#1 That I say whoopsie daisy way too often, it drives my husband nuts. Although when I say “GOODNESS GRACIOUS” when I am mad, that annoys him even more. Because it makes him feel like he is married to a 90 year old woman.

#2 One night for dinner I threw a box of kashi breakfast bars at my kids and said, “GO FOR IT.”

#3 That this morning it took the house cleaner 2 extra hours to get the place looking back to nice, wee bit ashamed about that.

#4 My car was so gross that I had to go get it detailed to feel ok about letting my mother in law in it. Seriously my house, I can keep picked up pretty well, my car? I should be ashamed.

#5 For the first time in my life I don’t feel like I am doing anything right or much of a help at church at all.

#6 That when the ultrasound tech pointed at my baby saying, “LOOK AT THOSE DO YOU SEE THAT” I groaned and said, “Oh man TESTICLES!!” Although they were in fact not that, but she did say THOSE. We are having another girl.

#7 That even though what I wanted was another girl and I was really excited/relieved to hear that. I still have had many moments driving around or just sitting at home where I erupt in tears. Because guess what…I AM IN CHARGE OF RAISING FOUR WOMEN. I am feeling very overwhelmed.

#8 My momS and sisterS are all at Womens Conference and even though it really isn’t my “THANG” and I opted out of it myself. I still am feeling a bit left behind. Which is no one’s fault, but I am really looking forward to being a real human again who can go places.

Just thought ya’ll should know that.

Have a good weekend.

3 Responses to “Whoopsie Daisy”

  • Emily
    April 28th, 2012 at 2:29 am

    Whoopsie daisy is one of my favorite expressions. You need to say it more when I’m around. For reals. And all of this makes me love you more.

  • von
    April 28th, 2012 at 3:00 am

    I think you are the perfect woman to raise 4 girls. You are such a good example.

  • Rebecca
    April 29th, 2012 at 2:40 am

    Oh poop, I’m sorry you felt left out of Women’s Conference. I missed you there.

    And I hope this doesn’t sound too false-cheery, but you are such a good mama to girls. You know I have issues with the way parents often raise girls, but I feel like you get it just right. I really do think that — if it’s worth anything!

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