Wednesday, July 13, 2011

I'm 100% Sane

I never imagined that two little boys could be so wild together. If you follow my blog regularly, you've probably noticed I haven't posted in quite some time. While I'd like to attribute that to the new cake pop business keeping me so busy that's actually not the case. Yes, the cake pop business is going well, better than I ever expected.

It is the boys however that are keeping me from blogging. Right now, I have managed to keep them occupied by offering them pigs in a blanket but in approximately 3.5 minutes, they will be running wild again (covered in ketchup and mustard.) Last week, Noah smeared a jar of jelly all over the couch and redecorated the bathroom with a bottle of Hershey's syrup. Asa has mastered the art of climbing. He has broken two glasses and one plate in just a matter of days. I go from cleaning up one mess to the next. I'm even beginning to think they are planning this stuff out. One of them creates a diversion to distract me, while the other one carries out a massive act of destruction.

Last week someone gave Asa a shirt that appropriately said "100% good, 10% of the time."  That sounds about right- if you are counting the 10% of the time as the time he sleeps. As for myself, I'm 100% sane but not very often. Well I better go, Asa is eating the dirt from the house plants -again!

9 comments:

  1. Haha... oh the balance of life... always a challenge!

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  2. Well that sounds about right. If it weren't for nap time or bed time I wouldn't get to write at all. Kids are fun, but it's a good thing we love them so much or they'd drive us crazy (crazier)!

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  3. Much like raptors, boys are. Have you ever seen Jurassic Park- the part where they describe how raptors hunt? THAT is what I think of when I think of my boys.
    Talk to you soon!
    ~SortaSuperMom
    http://confessionsfromboystown.blogspot.com/

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  4. I love this! I have two monsters, I mean boys of my own. They're 2 & 3 and I swear they have been conspiring since day 1 to drive me crazy! I know someday I'll miss the mess though, so I try to focus on the joy of it. :)

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  5. New reader here, hope you will come visit and follow me also :) Shauna from http://www.trying2staycalm.com/

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  6. A wonderful post! Keep it coming! :)

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  7. I just wanted you to know that I nominated you for an award. You can check it out @ http://confessionsfromboystown.blogspot.com/2011/07/butterfly-award.html.

    Also, I wanted to highlight you and your blog in a future post for a section I do on mine called 'Saturday Shout-outs'. Each week I highlight a great writer- like yourself. My hope is that it will not only bring more readership to both of our blogs, but that we can learn a little more about each other.

    If you're interested, please email me at asoto0703 at gmail.com.

    Talk to you soon!

    ~Amber 'SortaSuperMom' @ http://confessionsfromboystown.blogspot.com/

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  8. Having raised 6 kids, I know exactly how you feel!! At one point 5 of them were on 5 different basketball teams at the same time. My husband and I never saw each other. But it's so amazing now that they are grown and have become my friends too! I'm your newest follower. I would love if you visited me at www.mynuggetsoftruth.blogspot.com
    ~Blessings,
    Erin

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  9. Welcome to mother hood! Aint it fun?! LoL...http://northernsunshine72.blogspot.com

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