Sunday, November 4, 2007

Why I'm Tired: a Pictorial Essay by a Worn Out Mommy

Photograph layouts designed and executed by the artist known as Tiny L.






















12 comments:

wog said...

That is a beautiful post and you should post things like that more often. It makes us all so happy!!

Adam & Samantha said...

You have no idea how happy it makes me to see your house crazy!! Your house always looks perfect so it's nice to see your house can look like mine is right now, and it's going to stay that way cause it's my day off!!

Adam & Samantha said...

One more thing, were do you get your cute backgrounds? I've looked everywhere!! HELP MY BLOG, it's so boring!!

Bryan, Michelle and Nash said...

ah jace. good to know i am not alone. (only sad thing is MOST of the messes are mine...i guess i am still alone)

melmck said...

wow. he gets the job done, doesn't he?

The Epps Fam said...

I like this post. It makes me feel really good inside knowing that I'm not alone. Braddock's new thing is "putting things away" for me. Example: peanutbutter jar in the tupperware drawer, remote control in the lazy susan...get the picture?? At least Lucas leaves everything all over the floor for you to be able to find it! :) Love ya!

The Holmes Fam said...

Great. Now multiply that times two and that's what's in store for me in a few months. Until then, I will cherish my days of a clean and organized home. Aaaahhh...

aberjaber said...

Hey, yeah. Where DO you get your backgrounds? Wait- I got distracted. I was going to say- a pictue is worth a thousand words. This then, is a thesis on the plight of mothers everywhere which I am going to link in my site. All I can say is- if Al Gore gets a Nobel Peace Prize for alerting the public to something they already knew about yet which can't even be proved, you should at least get to be supreme ruler of the planet or something for a day.

Kristi Smith said...

OHMYGOODNESS . . . and I have been thinking about adopting another child. Thanks for changing my mind. lol

BossyMommy said...

Hey woman (Kristi), don't pin that one on me! That's WAY too much pressure!

Kristi Smith said...

Just kidding. You didn't change my mind, but it does make me nervous. My son is 10 and to think about going through all those stages again does make me cringe a little but I do want more children!!! =)

BossyMommy said...

Kristi--let me just reassure you that my tiny little man is somewhat unique. I know that babies do get into things, of course. But he's more destructive than your average bear. He just goes from one room to the next on a search and destroy mission from morning til night. He's not interested in playing with any of these things--he just wants to pull them out of cupboards, off of shelves, out of closets, you get the idea--and throw them as far as he can. That's it. That's his purpose. So it likely wouldn't be as bad for you. Can't promise, but...