-I feel like such a slacker mom because I get so overwhelmed with what I should be doing that I don't do anything at all -I'm not sure if I deserve my sweet angels but I'm sure grateful for them -My baby is six today -I love this little man so much -He has an incredible imagination -We are going to Leatherby's tonight (yum yum!!!) -I can't believe he's gonna be in Gr.1 this fall -I hope he's not gonna be a bully -My kids are very social and the parents not so much -I think I stifle my kids social activity because of my antisocialness (if I was more buddy buddy with other moms our kids would play together more often) -I am kinda relieved to sit out in the foyer with my babe at church because I get anxiety about old people judging my out of control kids (some oldies just don't remember what it was like!) -I can SO relate to the husband thing that Glamazon Mormon Mom said -I hate the fact that I'm constantly comparing everything in my life -I sometimes think my husband and I (mostly me) would've been happier if we had moved back to Alberta after we got married here in Utah -I am a total people pleaser (I cry at confrontation of any kind) -I could never be a telemarketer or work on the phones at all -I'm really not as depressing as I sound -I love watching The Bachelor or romantic movies cause I can fantasize my husband is like that but then reality hits you like a ton of bricks! haha! -I buy my shoes at the DI -heck I buy everything at the DI (second hand store) -I love my feet even though my toe has a bump on it -I can't wait to be pregnant again (even though that'll be a long time ahead I secretly fantasize sometimes about my bc failing) -I hate this snow!!! hello Mother Nature....it is suppose to be spring!!!
I'm a 30 some (oh my I can't believe there's a some) stay at home mom of 3 little angels who still feels like she is that awkward self concious, extremely shy teenager. Moved to Utah from Alberta for my baby (husband :)). I'm pretty new to this blogging stuff so I'm not sure how this whole thing will turn out. I don't have anything brilliant or profound to say. I'm just me.