Family Vacations are not for the Faint of Heart

Posted on July 17th, 2009

About once a year, Hubby and I like to do this thing we call

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13 Responses to “Family Vacations are not for the Faint of Heart”

  1. Susan LaBarre Says:

    Laurie… you are a funny, funny lady. The tears are rolling down my chin and my cat is hiding behind a pillow mewling pathetically at the laughing lunatic he lives with.

  2. Laurie Says:

    Thank you!

  3. Anne Says:

    Hahaha you are hilarious! Great blog!

    Thanks for linking back to me… you’re now on my ‘Stalked’ list as well. :)

  4. How I Lost 30 Pounds in 30 Days Without Diet Says:

    Thanks for posting about this, I would like to read more about this topic.

  5. Jenny Georgio-who Says:

    Oh My God. This has got to be the funniest blog I have read all freaking week! That’s great stuff. I don’t have children yet but thats one thing I’m not looking forward to..travelling with them. I’ve only read horror stories about travelling with little kiddos!

    As for the Dallas airport, Oh Goodness how I know that feeling. I’m originally from Dallas and everytime I fly of course its summer, a super hot day and the A/C never comes on until the plane actually takes off! Digustingly hot!

  6. Willowjakmom Says:

    Thanks for the laugh. Wiping tears away as we speak…

  7. Laurie Says:

    thank you so much!

  8. Elaine Says:

    Your blog title makes me click into your blog. As I am planning a family vacation with my 2 kids, I am really curious to find out more. Your post really give me a good laugh! Thank you for the lighthearted post! :)

  9. cheap travel Says:

    I found your blog on google and read a few of your other posts.
    You have a great Blog!!! I just added you to my Google News Reader.
    Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

  10. zephyr Says:

    stumbled upon your blog only now. i know where to come when i need a belly laugh!

  11. Rachel Says:

    OMG!! That is so something my kids would do!! I am stifling my laughter so I don’t wake up the whole house!! I just recently came across your blog and have been perusing the archives and I have to tell you…they are GREAT!! Thanks for the much needed laugh!

  12. Laurie Says:

    Thanks so much for all the comments!

  13. Lauren Says:

    I am laughing so hard that my two year old is trying to cover my mouth and saying “No, Mommy, No!” …he hates it when I laugh because of how obnoxious sounding it is. Only a weapon to use against him in the future should something like this happen!

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