Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Post-It Note Tuesday

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14 comments:

Chelle said...

My living room is my enemy. I hate it all. I want a grown up room...and now!

I hate yelling. Today? Has been filled with plenty of it. :(

And yoga pants = bff and ever and ever...

Tiffany said...

I would be happy to have matching furniture!

Jenny said...

i am definitely in the need for more "grown up" furniture as well.

my bubsy is always wanting to help which is nice but irratating all at once.

yoga pants....not sure what I would do w/o them...they are the best.

Daisygirl said...

can you be more selfish? Ha I love it! And I know exactly what you are talking about!

Beth said...

LOL! Cute stickies! I've always said my house was decorated in early Salvation Army! :)

Danielle said...

As an audiologist, I say get your kids' hearing tested and then you can say 'I know you hear me so if you don't respond you'll lose dinner.. .or something else enjoyable'....Plus it will make you think in your head 'i know they can hear so I will not repeat!' (I do not know from experience if this will work)..

And I feel the same way about everyone Else's furniture its so unfair!

Fishsticks and Fireflies said...

Yes, yes, and yes!

Shell said...

Ah, yoga pants. My best friend.

As for furniture- I don't know. I don't get the decorating thing.

Danifred said...

Yep, my house looks like a dorm room too. *sigh*

*Jess* said...

great ones!!

Prairiemaid said...

When you invent the sock thingie, you'll be able to afford grown up furniture.;-)

Miss. Candy said...

Visting from Supahmommy's fan club! My house is the same way, I figure when the move out we can get grown up stuff because why bother now, with crayons, markers and "oh my what a mess!"

Messy Mommy said...

I need to get me some of these yoga pants everyone is raving about!

I quit folding Hubby's socks. It pisses me off. I just throw them all in a drawer and he can fend for himself.

We refuse to buy new furniture until the kids quit peeing, pooping, puking, and wiping their snot all over it.

Lindsay said...

I love yoga and love how de-stressing it can be.

And I have a little one that always wants to help mommy too. And because of that I now can't find my broom. I have no idea where he put it when he was "sweeping" : )