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: Oreos are the breakfast of champions! With cold pizza! :

This is definitely one of those do as I say not as I do moments : But I gotta heat my pizza....

Forgot to say, I solved the problem. Finished the oreos myself so I wouldn't have to worry about it in the future
post #162 of 608
Can I make a small request? Can we not talk about catholicism all the time? If we aren't allowed (as a former catholic) to joke about catholic guilt, can we avoid the topic all together? :
post #163 of 608
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Can I make a small request? Can we not talk about catholicism all the time? If we aren't allowed (as a former catholic) to joke about catholic guilt, can we avoid the topic all together? :
Sorry about that. Don't even recall how we got on that subject...
post #164 of 608
: : : : : :

I am so sad/upset/frutrated right now..

John was suppose to come over last night to see the kids because he left to california today and he never showed. so i gave him the benfit of the doubt that maybe he just was tired or something he'll come in the morning.. no he never showed up.. i just got off the phone with his old roommate and he left at noon......
post #165 of 608
I've been there. I'm really, really sorry.
post #166 of 608
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Originally Posted by Paddington View Post
This is definitely one of those do as I say not as I do moments : But I gotta heat my pizza....

Forgot to say, I solved the problem. Finished the oreos myself so I wouldn't have to worry about it in the future
Good call!

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Originally Posted by chiromama View Post
Can I make a small request? Can we not talk about catholicism all the time? If we aren't allowed (as a former catholic) to joke about catholic guilt, can we avoid the topic all together? :
Sorry about that! No problem whatsoever.

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Originally Posted by mamamilkbar View Post
: : : : : :

I am so sad/upset/frutrated right now..

John was suppose to come over last night to see the kids because he left to california today and he never showed. so i gave him the benfit of the doubt that maybe he just was tired or something he'll come in the morning.. no he never showed up.. i just got off the phone with his old roommate and he left at noon......
Oh sweetie, I'm so sorry.
post #167 of 608
Sorry about your ex heidi. That just sux.
post #168 of 608
Heidi -- That must be so hard.

For some reason I'm really craving an oreo right now... mMMmmm..

Both kids are actually napping together... a miracle!

I think I'm in for another early walker. Anna pulled up to standing yesterday, and she has routinely been pulling up to kneeling. She crawled all the way down the hall yesterday looking for me, too. That's a long way! And she was quick! Ai ai ai... My DS took his first step at 9 months, but wasn't fully walking until 10 1/2 months... I bet Anna's going to be the same! It's hard when they walk so early though because they don't understand that they can bonk into things easily. Means lots of bumps, bruises and falls.

Are any of yours working on their top teeth? I really think Anna's getting those, slowly...
post #169 of 608
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Originally Posted by Paddington View Post
And can I tell you HOW ADORABLE IS HANNAH IN THAT CABLE KNIT SWEATER. OH.MY.GOSH.
And that hat in the first pic!! How adorable!

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Originally Posted by AlbertaJes View Post
We get to see DH tomorrow!!! (
Yay!!

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Originally Posted by The4OfUs View Post
A few pics:
Carrier (what is up with my forehead in this pic? Ew.)
SnowThrow
Coming to get Mommy

So, Kait is waving! It's soooo stinking cute.
Pics are sooo cute!! And J.C started waving this weekend!! Its so adorable! He waves w/ his hand opening towards him. Oh, so cute! :

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Originally Posted by mommitola View Post
Harper in a snowsuit

I tried the goat milk yogurt, and while she wasn't super fussy, the next day she got one pinprick spot of blood in the poo.
OMG! Too Cute! Love the one of you and her in the black/white. Beautiful! Sorry no goats milk for you. Have you tried Rice milk? Its not the same, really thin, so not even sure if its worth it.

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Originally Posted by Paddington View Post

Kelly, if I wore a fanny pack I may be jumped walking down the street. That is so not California! Unless you are a little old lady or out of towner from Nebraska or something.
I know, thats why I thought it was so funny!! : I was born and raised in Cali and I don't think fanny packs have been in style since the 80's!! A fanny pack and a Members Only jacket, now there's some style!! :

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Andrew pulled up to standing for the first time a couple of days ago! I can't believe it. He is all over the place now, it's crazy. And he started waving, too!

And you know how once you start arguing, it's hard to stay on the actual topic? (Or maybe that's just us !
How cute! I never knew waving was a developmental milestone, but all the kiddos are doing it roughly around the same time!

Sorry about the arguement. And yeah, I think its human nature to bring up old issues. So no, its not just you :

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I've been super sick at the same time Lu is cutting teeth. :
OOhh sorry you have the sickies Hope you're feeling better soon.

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Originally Posted by sehbub View Post
the main thing that has helped us is the "48 hour rule".
Now thats a great rule!

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Megan works out. me, just damn lucky, cause : i won't ever be a 'work out' kinda girl.
Sorry you're feeling crappy C, you didn't look crappy.
How is Meg? Hows her hubby? Is he doing well?

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Originally Posted by The4OfUs View Post
And I'm SO glad Prince didn't wuss out and decide to not perform because of the rain.

DH loves Prince now because of a "Chappelle's Show" episode
Both JasN and I were just waiting for one of those dancers with him to fall on their bootie jumping around like that in those stiletto boots!! Talk about Talent!

I LOVE that skit!! Awesome! I hadn't seen that one. We love adult swim too. JasN loves Robot Chicken, which is a little out there for me, but we both love Family Guy.

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Originally Posted by Amys1st View Post
The Bears Game was great the first minute and that was it!
Sorry Amy 'bout da Bears. I guess it was just too slippery to do the shuffle! At least you know your Bears might make it to the Super Bowl again soon, they had a killer year! My poor Saints have never been in the Super Bowl and this was their best year in the 40 year history of the team! :

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Originally Posted by Paddington View Post
And for us, it was deciding how much was a fair amount that could be spent without consulting. Everything relative depending on how secure you are financially and all.... If we are going to spend more than that amount, then we have to discuss....
Very smart. We kinda have the same rule. I always tend to ask more, just because since I stay home, I sometimes get that "its his money not mine" syndrome and everytime he thinks Im crazy to think that. Oh well, its my hangup not his

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Originally Posted by sehbub View Post
Oh, and we also have the "don't talk about anything remotely serious after 10pm or before Sarah has been awake for half an hour in the morning" rule. 'Cause we both are REALLY exhausted at night and tend to get snippy with one another after 10 if we try and discuss anything important
This is also very smart. I know I've been guilty of starting a serious discussion right before bedtime and we've always agreed to never go to bed angry, so it made for a very late night. And Im sure the fact that we were both exhausted didn't help the issue either.


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Originally Posted by sehbub View Post
: Oreos are the breakfast of champions! With cold pizza! :
I LURVE cold pizza!!!

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Originally Posted by mamamilkbar View Post

I am so sad/upset/frutrated right now..


Ok, so it took me like 2 hours to reply. And somehow not all the messages I wanted to reply to are here

So, from memory, which is pretty faulty these days,

BFM, glad to be an inspiration.

argh, gotta run, duty calls....hope everyone's having a good day
post #170 of 608
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Originally Posted by AugustineM View Post
Are any of yours working on their top teeth? I really think Anna's getting those, slowly...
We are over here!! J.C's getting all 4 teeth in on top at the same time. He's got 4 huge bumps and it looks sooo excrutiating! I can't imagine what that feels like. One of the front ones is so close I can see it thru his gum, but it hasn't broke the surface. OUCH!
post #171 of 608
So Jackson went through a growth spurt in the last couple of days. I know this because my belly button is pretty much flat now. There is just the slightest hollow. It didn't look like that on Friday.

This full term pregnancy stuff is WEIRD.

Brad's making chicken quesadillas for dinner I am so excited.

That is all.
post #172 of 608
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This full term pregnancy stuff is WEIRD.
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I am soooo glad to hear you complain about being full term!!! YAY!!:


Speaking of Breakfast of Champions, (well not the bears...) I had leftover nacho chili dip and now I am eating it again.
You know- that Hormel garbage w shredded cheddar and cream cheese. I dont ever have it and the Bears going to the superbowl is well worth it, besides I might wait until they do it again which will be a while!
post #173 of 608
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Originally Posted by Amys1st View Post
I am soooo glad to hear you complain about being full term!!! YAY!!:


Speaking of Breakfast of Champions, (well not the bears...) I had leftover nacho chili dip and now I am eating it again.
You know- that Hormel garbage w shredded cheddar and cream cheese. I dont ever have it and the Bears going to the superbowl is well worth it, besides I might wait until they do it again which will be a while!
I really like that kind of dip. :

And I'm pretty glad to be griping about full term too.

Please, all of you feel free to tell me to shut up.
post #174 of 608
ok, this is super cheesy but my husband just told me how lucky he was...

"he gets ideas and he can just do them because he is 'sponsored by love'".

Sponsored by Love! He says that what being a SAHD feels like to him.

I'm so sick and this made me feel great!
post #175 of 608
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Originally Posted by Marlow's mom View Post
ok, this is super cheesy but my husband just told me how lucky he was...

"he gets ideas and he can just do them because he is 'sponsored by love'".

Sponsored by Love! He says that what being a SAHD feels like to him.

I'm so sick and this made me feel great!
Awe! Seriously, Lee sounds like such an amazing guy! What a sweet thing to say!
post #176 of 608
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Originally Posted by Marlow's mom View Post
ok, this is super cheesy but my husband just told me how lucky he was...

"he gets ideas and he can just do them because he is 'sponsored by love'".

Sponsored by Love! He says that what being a SAHD feels like to him.

I'm so sick and this made me feel great!
Lindsey, thats sooo cute!! You're lucky too, he sounds like an awesome guy!

Ok, so how do you change your "member" name if you have a DDDDC. This is a question asked a little too late, seeing as how when I went to change the name, I accidently hit enter and erased my DDDDC that Amy gave me
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post #178 of 608
: With so much drama in our DDC, it's kind of hard bein' Snoop D-O-double-G...:
post #179 of 608
Can someone just humor me? I have this silly idea that if our DDC can continue to exist peacefully, that somehow there's hope for the rest of the world...religious or not, Christian or Muslim, black or white, rich or poor, you get what I'm saying? Because if our DDC can't get past our differences and try to understand each other, our children have a very bleak future. I know it sounds stupid, but it's the way I feel.
post #180 of 608
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Originally Posted by chiromama View Post
Can I make a small request? Can we not talk about catholicism all the time? If we aren't allowed (as a former catholic) to joke about catholic guilt, can we avoid the topic all together? :
Korin - sorry if you were bothered by that, I think it's just coincidence that a bunch of us June mamas happen to be of the same faith so it tends to come up occasionally. I don't think anyone meant (I know I certainly didn't) to monopolize the conversation or anything with it. And I honestly wouldn't mind if anyone's Jewish, Muslim, etc. practices or whatever came up with respect to a particular topic we're discussing....for me anyway, I can't promise to avoid the topic totally because my faith is a huge part (actually THE biggest part) of who I am - it informs my decisions on just about everything in my life, so I can't really separate it from who I am and what I do as a mother, wife, etc.....but I will try my best to be sensitive and as I said, I totally welcome hearing about anyone's other religious or spiritual practices (obviously not exclusively religious stuff that would belong in Spirituality forum but YKWIM, stuff that's related to what we're talking about!)

Hope that made sense! Sorry to have made you uncomfortable
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