Post Notes: 15 Favorite Posts from April
*The Hunger Games: Reality TV Edition at Twinisms. Seriously hysterical. I would pay good money to watch this play out in real life. Like I told Bridget, I’d mortgage my house and might even sell one of my kids!
*Secrets of the Traveling Va-Jay-Jay at Diary of a Return-to-Work Mom. A hilarious encounter with the TSA that will absolutely leave you laughing out loud.
*A Flapper is Born at Erin Margolin. A very funny and very realistic account of the horrors that take place after you push a baby out of your vagina.
*Be a Good Friend at Sellabit Mum. Tracy hit the nail on the head with this one. I hope everyone reads this post. It’s as applicable for 30-somethings as it is for our children.
*Code Brown at Kvetch Mom. Oh My Word. If you’ve ever had a kid pop a squat and drop a load in the bathtub then this is the post for you. I’d love to tell you more about it but I’m laughing too hard.
*Mommy doesn’t play with us at C. Beth Blog. I love this post. She talks about not playing with her kids all day long and still making them feel important. I have the feelings of guilt a lot for not spending enough time playing with the kids (especially Mase and Zoey) so this post hit right in my heart.
*Dressing Room Drama at Buried with Children. Jen made me laugh so hard with this one. I can just imagine this happening to myself. It’s a lesson to all women that you should always try on clothes in pairs.
*Mom’s in her Non-Mom Jeans at Hollow Tree Ventures. Robyn takes us through her wardrobe and I have to say that it sounds freakishly familiar to me. You have to read this to find out why authorites are still searching for her husband’s remains.
*Morning Asshattery at Scribblesaurus Me. Tracy is one of those bloggers that makes me laugh so hard that I shoot things out of my nose. This post is one of those posts. Absolutely hysterical because I swear it’s the type of scene that plays out at my house all the time. Men.
*The Stranger in my House at Sisterhood of the Sensible Moms. Oh my word, this was funny. You have to read this one to believe it. Trust me when I tell you, no two cats?are the same?but unfortunately Erin had to learn this lesson the hard way.
*An Open Letter to My Uterus at Smushyface Baby. Anyone who has been through the trying to convieve phase for months at a time will really get this one. Her letter is so funny and charming. I laughed out loud.
*Facebook vs. Twitter at Write, Rinse, Repeat. I wholeheartedly support her idea for a STFU button on Facebook. It’s ingenious. I laughed out loud at this post because we all have friends like the ones she describes!
*Love Can Be Shitty at Not Wifezilla. This is the reason why I do not let Mr.McHunky cook that often. Because this is what would occur. Only I do not possess a cast iron stomach and therefore the results would be disasterous. Read this before allowing your husband to cook for you.
*Inherent Truths at Living Imperfectly. Maegan is hysterically funny with her telling of the “truths” in her life. I laughed so hard and immediately felt a kinship with another semi-domesticated mama!
*The Emma Series at Dad of the Decade. Have your tissues ready before you read this series. Ben tells the story of his daughter Emma’s journey through cancer. It started at birth and it’s heartwrenching and gripping and raw.