No Superwoman Here (via Motherhood, WTF?)

Awesome post..If you are a mom I am sure you can relate to these situations. I know I can and have had similar experiences. It would be great to just share a little about some of your “weak” moments as a mom. One of mine would have to be when I had just had my second daughter. We were visiting a friends house and it was the first time we had ever been there. My daughter was only about 4 months old and my other little girl was about 5 years old. We were sitting on the couch talking when the baby pucked on my oldest. She has a very weak stomach, which she must get from me. LOL… Well, when the baby pucked on her it was a chain reaction. I really tried to make it to the bathroom but my 5 year old pucked on me and well, that brought the uncontrollable reaction that my stomach alone controls. It was so extremely embarrassing but something that I can look back on and laugh.

This is not the first time this has occurred but this one is up there on the list. I think the puke “weakness” stands out so much cause my oldest had Gastric problems and was a projectile vomiter. You would think I would have adjusted. Nope… Still to this day it is a chain reaction and if there is someone else to clean it, they are elected. Similar to when my whole house got the stomach flu and I was tossing towels over it and spraying Lysol to cover the smell while I waited for my best friend to come over and clean it up. Ummmm…. a very humbling experience.

Generally I feel confident in my abilities to do just about anything. I figure if someone else can do it, then I probably can too. This is the attitude I had at 9 or 10 when I decided the bar in my closet needed to be raised from little kid height to normal height. I got my dad's tools and removed the brackets from the wall, repositioned them, re-screwed them in and replaced the bar. I did a fine job and the bar is still holding strong today, lev … Read More

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