Thursday, September 10, 2009

It Goes Both Ways

You know, at one point in my life if someone told me that they didn't want to have children, I would have scoffed at the mere thought. How can you not have kids, right?? I've just always known that for me, it would be a natural step in the progression of my life.

And now, I have children. I get it people. Seriously. I certainly would not change my decision to have kids; Hopefully by now I have made it very clear that my children are my world but I see now that there is another road. And quite frankly-I understand why some choose to take it.

I know that there are a few individuals that read my blog that do not have kids nor do they express any interest in changing that situation. I have been blogging about my kids so much recently- about how wonderful they are- about how they actually poop rose petals and cry tears made of molasses, that I'm sure those people are kind of over it. So for my childless friends who so graciously take time to read about the spectacle that is my life- this one's for you:

I almost never cook- but when I do, I tend to have visions that are far grander than what this night produced. And so here is my mommy disclaimer- both children were uber tired and cranky; they don't normally act this way. And this is the funniest part; watch how Tyson will go from crying to laughing and then tries desperately to cry again. The last shot of the video says it all...

Introducing: Dinner with the Browns........................


2 comments:

Jennifer said...

That was so funny. Loggan "wants to do it again."
Loggan was laghing so hard.

Deilia said...

Do you know what a relief I felt watching that video?! So good to know mine aren't the only ones.

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