September 8, 2007

Fertile & Fabulous Fall Edition



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19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hilarious - I love it. I so loved your first one, I laughed out loud so much that my husband that I belonged in the looney bin. Keep it up!

Melissa said...

So funny!! Love the picture on the cover :)

AzĂșcar said...

I'm so glad this is quarterly now, lots of good household hints and tips.

Anonymous said...

We are so proud of you sweet heart.

You are a real credit to motherhood, yada, yada, yada...

Dad and Mom

Mumsy said...

Wait! That was your FATHER's post. I had nothing to do with it! I think I may print that one off and frame it. I just came home and found this, much to my delight.I've seen that look many times before, though never on you!

Summer said...

Absolutely genius!

Lindsay said...

This is hilarious! I especially like the "Printed on 100% recycled Pampers." Ha!

the wiz said...

I would like to know 25 names to call your MIL other than "Mom." Right now I just kind of avoid calling her anything. It's weird and awkward, and we've been married 11 years. Yeah....

someone's mother in law said...

I know what to do. Call your mother in law by her NAME! Is that too revolutionary?

Amy said...

On the "fitting an infant in the overhead bin": On overseas flights they have a bassinet thing that fits on the shelf in the bulkhead seat. Technically, it specifies only up to 17 pounds, but our 21 pound kid didn't know the difference and flight attendants are horrible judges of how old or how much kids weigh. Of course James could climb out of it, but that's what the restraints are for.

Sarah said...

As far as the names for your MIL, I was thinking along the lines of, "Hey You," "Little Lady," "Missy Muffin," and other quaint appellations of that sort. Her given name, of course, is an option but only one of MANY wonderful ones that are out there. Why limit yourself?

Amy, that's so cool about the airplane bassinet! I am always so glad when I see society accommodating children. Nothing makes me more mad than a public restroom without a diaper changing table. I've had to change a few of my kids on the floor and it was NASH-ty!

CACKEL said...

whoa, i know you are trying to look all bad for the mugshot, but geesh, you are so skinny these days. you must have really been spanking your kids a lot to burn that many calories.

Sarah said...

Thanks, CACKEL - My 10 year high school reunion is next week and I've been trying to lose the baby weight in time! Thanks to pork rinds, cheese sticks and gourmet sausage I'm almost back to normal. Atkins is a beautiful thing :)

Heather O. said...

I hope the bags under your eyes are genuine. It would make me feel better about the bags under mine.

emma jo said...

Oh my gosh, the entertainment never ends...it's nice to know there is always a place to come and laugh and be impressed that mother's whose offspring have sucked the life from them can still have a sense of humor...you give me hope.

Sarah said...

Oh yes, the bags are real. Though I'm hoping they'll subside soon since the baby has started sleeping a little better at night. Until then, I'm baggin' with the best of them!

Neurotic Mom said...

lmao too funny

Jessica G. said...

Love it! I always wondered what happened to those Pampers when we tossed them out...

Suzie Petunia said...

Thank you for entertaining me once again.