You may not share these tidbits of wisdom with your childless friends, or the friends who are having their first baby.
You gain a lot when you have children. (Love, hugs, a new way of looking at the world)
You lose a lot too. (Sleep, sitting down to eat, your mind).
One of the biggest things you'll lose is the chance to ever use the bathroom without someone barging in. The reasons could be anything, but these are my favorite, and by favorite, I mean most pain in my ass reasons.
1. you have to open someone's water bottle (this happened several hours ago)
2. the kids are fighting
3. someone is hungry
4. you need to put in their video
5. "What is the password to the iPad?"
6. "Mom, your phone is ringing!"
7. the kids are fighting.
8. "Can we watch TV now?"
9. "Where is my ________?"
10. Look what I can do!
12. I have a ouchie.
13. I need to go potty and _______ is using the other bathroom.
14. I feel sick.
15. Mommy, remember the zoo, and we saw the thing, and then we umm . . .
16. (Pointing at you and laughing)
17. Bathroom hide and seek is super fun!
18. I need to brush my teeth.
19. "Mommy, I love you!"
20. The kids are fighting.
All these things are as annoying as all hell, and can turn the most mild-mannered parent into a curse-spewing freak. Since being a curse-spewing freak of a parent is very bad, a funny book needs to come to the rescue.
Thank God for I Still Just Want to Pee Alone! It's the third book in the nationally bestselling "Pee Alone" series, and the perfect cure for the mean Mommy blues.
And it's coming out on March 27, 2015!
We all need a book about parenting that makes us howl with laughter and feel that
fantastic mom bloggers understand exactly what we're going through.
I Still Just Want to Pee Alone is perfect for the mothers in your life, whether it's a mom with one newborn or five kids ranging from teens to toddlers. It's a great gift for Mother's Day and baby showers, and well, just because! And P.S., if you buy from me, I'm happy to send you an autographed copy!
I promise, the only one who will be disappointed is your partner, who will be wondering why you're lying in bed loudly guffawing while he's trying to sleep.
|I'm in this! Coming March 27, 2015!|