Monday, November 15, 2010

Oops, I did it again

I played with your lost in the game...oh baby baby.

No, I didn't get on here to sing old Britney Spears songs to you. (I do, however, feel like a SLAVE for you sometimes, Internet). ;)

Anyway, I just wanted to apologize for my unannounced absence last week. I took a small vacation and then my brain thought, "That was amazing. Let's do that for a bit longer, shall we?" But I'm back now, and can I just say HOLY IT'S NOT EVEN THANKSGIVING YET AND I HAVE JINGLE BELLS IN MY HEAD. People, you know how I feel about this. If you don't, you can read about it here. Christmas comes after Thanksgiving. AFTER. THE. TURKEY.

Okay, I feel a little better.

On this Mommy Monday, I just had to tell you about my favorite new product, and NO, I'm not being paid to say this. I was strolling through our local Walmart the other day (which I do frequently), and I came across these new greeting cards from Hallmark. They're called Edge of Motherhood and they are HILARIOUS. I'm always looking for ways to make my mommy friends laugh, and I am WISHING that I had come up with the idea for these myself. This one is a personal favorite:

*Photo courtesy of Google Images

Come on, you know you've done it too!

Feel up to writing your own mommy (or daddy) greeting card? Take a stab in the comments. I'll announce my favorite next monday! 


  1. "And if you're a good little boy, Mommy will let you have a teaspoon of Benedryl for dessert."

  2. ha ha I tried the benadryl trick my 2 year old got hyper on the plane, he did not sleep. but he does like to hide in the pantry and read books in the loo that is when i get my 2 minutes of peace.

  3. The card you shared is how I feel sometimes... then I crawl into a bath and escape. :O)

  4. I'm with you that Christmas comes AFTER Thanksgiving, but I think we're fighting a losing battle.

  5. Cute card, I'll bet many moms can relate :) And it's true, Christmas does come after Thanksgiving. But if we take our cues from retail, it comes before Halloween!

    I clicked over from Angie's, enjoyed browsing here.