I real good at math.
I not so good at grammar.
So it's Chris' blog, is it?
Shoot. That was my other choice - but I didn't have enough time to Google the correct location of an apostrophe. Did you know that I have a friend who is a PUBLISHED author? She actually writes for a living. It doesn't seem fair that I could spend so much time in her company and not at least know the possessive for a name that ends in "s."
(This is just one of the many reasons why I'll never be an author.)
In other news's' ...
I came home tonight from work to find my baby running around the back yard in a pair of rain boots. That's it, rain boots.
He doesn't like clothes and when I confronted my husband about our child's lack of appropriate outdoor wear, Charlie said "Well, I'm not going to force him to wear pants if he doesn't want to wear them." I tried to argue, "Charlie! Are you out of your mind? It's December and 50 degrees outside!" To which my husband responded, "Soon enough, he'll realize I'M COLD. Jen, this child has got to LEARN!"
Yes. I suppose our toddler might eventually come to this realization. Kinda like how he learned to run and hide when Mommy cooks?
Exhibit 1: This was the breakfast I prepared yesterday...
It might be difficult for the untrained eye to see, but I put a little too much batter on the waffle iron. As a result of my cooking prowess, the waffle iron sealed shut. I couldn't open it again without the use of a screwdriver and as a result, my waffles totally burned.
Quick! Mom is waffling! Implement emergency back up plan!!
"OK Kids! Who wants Cheerios?!"
Not only will I never be a published author, I'll never be a professional chef.
Dove quote of the day: "Believe in yourself and everyone will do the same."
Unless ... it has to do with cooking and you are of the sort that routinely calls upon a flat head screwdriver to make your children's breakfasts.