Today, we had a guy from Sears come out to look at our washer. It’s not agitating, draining, or spinning,
I had the absolute pleasure of speaking with Paul Fellows of Babysitting the Kids. If you haven’t read his blog, you need to head over there right now! His recent post hilariously illustrates his quandary with commuting home during the summer holidays.
So I had a few questions for Paul. Fellow humor bloggers, you would do well to pay attention!
E says, “We are on a diet that prevents us from eating sweet potatoes, salsa, enchiladas, taco soup, and other
Did you know that R can use the force to open automatic doors?
I recently learned from Reddit that there’s an 11-year-old on the New York subway that sells emotional advice for two bucks a pop. No lemonade stand for this kid.
It’s a pretty interesting business prospect. Emotional advice from a ball of hormones, angst, and ironic Wicca worship. Who wouldn’t pay $2 for that? Sure beats your mental health co-pay.
Look at this awesome swing we found! It’s got a spot for me, and one for baby G!
Want to know what makes a humor blogger tick? Ever read a funny post and thought, “What on earth is
Have you ever wondered, “What makes smart ass writers want to inflict their inner ramblings on the rest of the world?” Perhaps you’ve read my blog and thought, “Is this real? How does all this crazy shit happen to one person?”
(Answers: 1. Narcissism 2. Yes. 3. Beats me.)
Now that we’ve got that out of the way, I have some questions for my fellow humor bloggers. (Do you mind? It is my blog, after all.)
Baby G actually does a better job walking in heels than I do!
If you’ve been following my blog regularly, you’ve already heard about some of my parenting fails. It’s really hard for me to choose which was the biggest, or most hilarious, though. Was it the time that I called my pediatrician’s office and insisted that my daughter was born on my dog’s birthday? The time I drove my kids home to the wrong house? Or got lost on the way to their school? What about the time that I woke up in the middle of the night, tore the sheets and blankets from my bed, and screamed at my husband that we had to find the baby…who was sound asleep in her crib? (And now you know why I drink.)
It’s really hard to choose! But since I’ve had so much fun writing about them, I asked some of my blogger friends to share their most hilarious parenting fails with me.