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The 'Private' Spouse and the Blogger PDF Print E-mail
Written by CC   
Thursday, 11 October 2012 10:04

I pulled up a blog the private spouseother day from a twitter post.  No, I don’t remember which one.  I thought the lady was funny, and her blog was awesome.  I know, I should remember so I can share…  but damn all those other things in my head that keep me from remembering fun and inconsequential information.  (socks, dinner, homework)

 

I read the lady’s little blurb about herself.  It was super cute, and the one thing I remember is that she mentioned having a ‘private’ husband.  I giggled, then I laughed, then I almost wet myself.  I realized I do too.  I wondered how many other private wives and husbands stood warily and shakily behind their blabbering, blogging spouses.  And I know it’s not just women.  There are plenty of dad bloggers out there who crack me up---and I KNOW there’s a private spouse back there behind the hilarity.  Because, let’s be honest…  I feel like there’s this need to share, to communicate, to make things real by throwing them out and hearing what others share too. 

 
Irrational Fears: The Climax PDF Print E-mail
Written by CC   
Friday, 05 October 2012 08:51

There are fears, and then there are great fears.  I remember as a child having some vivid memories of bugs in the carpet…  and no, I’ve researched with my parents, the idea that there actually were.  There weren’t.  As children we feel things at a stronger level, with much less experience.  Things are completely illogical because our undeveloped sense of ‘knowing what to expect’ has only led us to know certain things, like monsters aren’t real (although Aunt Myra is a very close facsimile), food doesn’t turn into worms (alright, my cooking is bad, but…) and owls do not pick up children into the night sky (I just needed you to stay close and you wouldn’t listen). 

 

But never did I imagine that my 5 year old would be scared of the toilet flushing.  And I smile as I write.  It is quite humorous; I hardly know where to begin.  Where does any fear start?  Well, sometimes at a Subway on a summer day in the middle of Colorado.  A toilet plugs for a moment, and the end of the universe sits in the balance, noises cease,

 
Tiny Little Infuriating Kid Toys PDF Print E-mail
Written by CC   
Thursday, 27 September 2012 12:18

Thank you, Taco “Place”, tacofor the fabulous two new additions to our family.  The two little monsters that you gave my personal little monster was a great time suck.  On our way home from Vegas, we decided to stop at your establishment for a yummy and semi-healthy lunch.  And usually I am pleased with my selections of Mexican/American/Fast Food from your menu.  Today, however, my 8 year old saw your kids’ menu, which I had invariably missed.  Mostly, I had ignored it because my kids were not yet aware that Taco “Place” had a kids’ menu.  And although kids’ menus bring a lot of joy to American children everywhere, they usually cost a fortune and lack much nutritional value.  Yes, I know, it’s fast food.  But in fairness, I choose Taco “Place” over most other fast food, because I feel the food is simpler and less loaded in grease.  So it is a compliment, wrapped in a complaint.  And it’s not that I mean to complain about the food, because I truly enjoy it, even as a bit of a ‘health nut’. 

 

So before I digress too far, we stopped to eat and ordered a kids’ meal for my 5 year old.  Now all other things being satisfactory, I would like to be on the record stating that the kid toy in the kids’ meal—the two little monster paper puzzles--with 450,000 little paper parts that need to be popped out and put together-suck.

 
Vegas, Baby! PDF Print E-mail
Written by CC   
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 08:10

Some Vegas Highlights:

 

*Kids can’t do illicit drugs in Vegas.  So without thinking we needed to explain this, my 5 year old found a loophole.  He started snorting apple juice at breakfast. 

 

*I made the mistake of saying, “People get naked in Vegas.”  Both my boys perked up.  My 5 year old began taking his pants off at the Treasure Island show.  He was disappointed when I made him stop. 

 

*On a positive note, my boys suggested I get naked in Vegas because I have such a cute butt.  That was nice.  Sadly, it wasn’t enough.  I thought they might just be tricking me. 

 
My Crazy Family Rocks PDF Print E-mail
Written by CC   
Wednesday, 12 September 2012 13:45

From the unpublished summer archive:arch

 

So we are on a road trip, on the way home.  The way home is the longest and most painful.  You know any minute, you may jump from the moving vehicle, to distract your brain from the level of activity inside the car, that makes your nerves tingle and jump with electricity.  But you don’t.  You just imagine it, because who wants to get all scraped up and hurt when there’s  still a lot of road time yet.  And just imagine your little troop inside the Emergency Room.  That’s just stupid crazy.

 
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