If you're a mum and you feel like you're losing your mind, it's probably because you are. But not because there's something wrong with you. Yesterday during my it's-breakfast-time-and-the-only-way-to-block-out-the-noise-is-to-read reading time I was reading Glennon Melton's Facebook page. I think I woke everyone up as I killed myself laughing. Do yourself a favour. Read the post, and then read all the comments. Make sure you've got tissues and whatever else you need for a good laugh.
If I had Facebook I could have posted about how it's not just littles that make you crazy. No, it's 19yo's as well. My 19yo has decided I owe her a MacBook. I can't figure this one out. I have given up explaining and just roll my eyes at her now. And remind her often: "I gave you life, I owe you nothing". And then I remind myself that when I am away from these people that make my house crazy I am a really nice person. I don't get cranky or frustrated or yell at anyone to tell anyone off. No! I am perfectly reasonable and calm and sweet and caring. I'm telling you - it's not me. It's them!! If you feel like you need some solidarity today then read the post and comments.
As I was reading yesterday morning and sharing tidbits with Mr Busy, who just laughed politely, he was putting his hoody on while standing just behind me. All of a sudden I hear a muffled "this isn't going to work". I look up and there's a hood over his face. He had put the thing on back to front. And I killed myself laughing even harder. It's been a while since the boy has come out with something funny. It's like he got to upper Primary and all his funny left him. But it's still there. Hiding
Solidarity Mums! You're NOT crazy. It's all the them's living in your house being crazy around you. It's them. All them!