This is why Moms don’t get to be sick

Posted on February 7th, 2011

You know those days when everything comes together perfectly? Days when you wake up, the sun is shining, birds are singing, you

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5 Responses to “This is why Moms don’t get to be sick”

  1. Stan Says:

    Great blog, I like the content you provide in this blog. Keep up the good work

  2. Nicole Says:

    I know how you feel! My fiance is an AWFUL sick person. If he has a cough, he usually claims that it is Typhoid or Scarlet Fever. He also believes that he has had the Mumps and Measles, simultaneously, on more than one occasion. I also am with you about no-no Lulu. My dog was not-so-affectionately named NoNo Down about a year ago. She is the devil. I love your blog! Thanks for the laughs!

  3. Laurie Says:

    No-no Down. That’s a great nickname! And why is it always men that are sick day divas?

  4. Lauren Says:

    My husband and I constantly fight about the A/C. I like it cold; he likes it hot. Do you want to know what his reason is for trying to boil our son and I alive every night? (Imagine a thick Hungarian accent) “Baby, zee cold air makes me seek. I breave it in when I am sleeping and zee next day my troat hurts and i am coughing and sneezing and dey will send me home. Who gonna pay da bills if I canno’ make work?” Yeah, just like that.

  5. Laurie Says:

    The things we do for love…and to pay the bills :)

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