My how it has changed for me since having C-man.
But gone are the days of taking the day off from work, getting up at the crack of dawn and downing beer after beer, car bomb after car bomb, taking a break for a nap around 4pm, just to gain my second wind for the rest of the night. Man, I miss those days.
But my liver definitely does not.
And who am I kidding. The thought of everything I just mentioned really does not appeal to me. #oldmamaproblems
We did have a fun little morning yesterday while we were drinking our green milk. Cruz was super excited to help me "make" it. And give me something to make that only requires dropping in some food coloring and you've got my kind of recipe! =)
Well, the lid of his John Deere sippy just didn't stay put, so I turned from my stove top - which was cooking up some scrambled cheese eggs and green pancakes - to see him covered from top to bottom in this green milk. Why do I think things like this are funny? He obviously doesn't. And check out that diaper, soaked the milk right up. It's huge!
I think my mom's comment was - "well just wipe him on the counter and soak it all up." Don't think the thought didn't cross my mind. I mean he was already covered in it. Why dirty up a clean dish rag?
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Now I'm off to quickly make my house look like it's not being lived in and make ourselves scarce quickly after for a couple more house showings today. I wish I could say this process is awesome. But it's not. It's a pain in the butt.