1.24.2013

Whoopsie: I said the darndest thing!


I found a "liner" 
It's kind of gross..but sometimes desperate times call for desperate measures. Am I right?

{set the scene}

2 boys running CRAZY around the house. Up and down the stairs, in and out of closets. Yelling, wanting to wrestle each other, smacking one another with stuffed animals. Yelling..oh I already said that. 

You get the picture right?

Now I just finished day 1 of level 2 on the 30 day shred. Almost died- really I almost did. Plus my tummy has been kind of weird the last couple days. Doing those double jump ropes - not funny- not at all. Almost ran to the bathroom..not good. Boys working my last nerve. I had enough! Mom rage was about to kick in... {insert desperate measure here}

And it went like this:

Hey you guys, mommy isn't feeling too hot. My tummy hurts....and I have diarrhea

---- Oh the look on their faces. I wish I could have taken a picture.
They said nothing. Walked like soldiers downstairs and turned on the TV, and not a peep since. 



Tonight's
SCORE
Mom:  1

Kids: 0

I wish I was ahead more in my house...seems like they are always scoring on me. But I got them tonight-- worked them & I loved every second of it! 

So do you have any liners? I am open to all..spill what works in your house! I got my game face on...clipboard out, taking notes- these boys are going down! {kidding..kind of}




16 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh this is hilarious!! hahaha!!! I'm laughing so hard!

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  2. Lol! Awesome!! Mom's of boys gotta get a win every now and then :-)

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  3. ha ha ha!!! I love this post...you know I do!

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  4. Ha! My line is, "knock it off, or I will take you to school tomorrow in my jammies, and walk you to class...no teeth brushing, hair brushing, or bra" Works every. single. time.

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  5. LOVE it! That would probably work on my boys too!

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  6. Ha ha ha!! That's awesome!! I love that it worked!!

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  7. Yes! I'm so taking notes from you and saving them in my back pocket.

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  8. Sounds like they were pretty scared of the thought of diarrhea. Did they think you were going to throw it at them? Feel better - and stop exercising, it's making you sick!!! (actually just jealous of your determination)

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  9. LOL! No... But if I'm in a particularly grumpy mood, my 12 year old son (who just went through "the class" at school last year) has one... "Oh watch out... Mom's PMSing." Grrrreeeeaaaatttt. Thanks public education! ;) Hope you feel better soon, Jen!

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  10. I always thought the magic word was please or thank you, now I find out it's diarrhea.

    Bliss

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  11. Jen, you crack me up! I'm definitely saving this one.

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  12. awe...I wish that worked on my kids..LOL!! but they always say it...LOL!! I think I might have to pull out the sex ed books and tell them I want to talk to them about it and see if that shuts em up!! LOL
    Hugs..hope your tummy feels better and the cha-chas are done..:)
    Karin

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  13. Great one!!! lol!!! By the way...you don't need to shred-you are so thin!!

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  14. Ooh, that is priceless. You crack me up, and I bet you score on your kids more often than you think.

    Hope you feel better, though. Because what you have going on is not fun!

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  15. I have used "DO what you're told so your mother will stop screaming. She's giving MeeMaw a headache!" and the little ones say "Sorry MeeMaw" and usually settle down. Seems that they don't mind po'ing their mother off but they don't want me to have a headache LOL! I'll take it! Considering that my daughter and the two grand babes have taken over our house, every little bit helps! Hugs, Leena

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