It seemed like this was a particularly brilliant week for all your blogs. I kept reading things and thinking, "I have to SHOUT THIS FROM THE MOUNTAINTOPS!!"
Black Sheeped's post "Post in which I finally discuss my feelings on baby-making" reminds me so much of my own thoughts before I had children.
Bub and Pie's post "My Family Values" is probably one a lot of people are going to link to. The "my job"/"not my job" format appealed to me, and I felt like the post focused some of my unfocused thoughts about parenting.
Amazing Trips's post "Calgon, Take Them Away" made me literally laugh audibly (LLA), and captured some of the crazy I've been feeling around here lately.
Learning to Love Life in a Tiny Town's post "Funk" made me wonder if we're all in sync because of the moon or the season or a blogging virus or something.
Hello, Self's post "Kiddie Coaster" reminded me of the great fears of pregnancy, and the longing for a little window so I could peek in and see if things were okay.
Messing With Texas's post "You Are Smart; I am...Not Intelligent: Version 1 of...??" made me LAUGH, and also made me remember the one time I went on a plane trip with a child...*shudder*
MO Mommy's post "Unforgivable" brings up a very important design flaw. I mean, WTH?? They must be doing it on purpose, but why oh why? Is it that they HATE us?
Ms. Congeniality's post "This Too, Shall Pass" made me hope that 1985 will sit down and have a little talk with my children, too, when the time comes.
Purple is a Fruit's post "Damning Evidence" is like every time we go to the pediatrician. Elizabeth refused to WALK at her 2-year check. Edward started screaming when the nurse marked his height on the paper with her pencil, and he didn't stop until I was writing a check for the co-pay.
Under Construction's post "Blocks, compliments of our cherry tree" blew out entire circuit panels in my differently-craft-abled brain.
And I'll bet I thought your post was totally amazing, too, and the only reason I didn't include it is that it was after 1:00 in the morning and I didn't know what the hell I was still doing up. So go ahead and include a link in the comments section to the awesome post I didn't include because I was asleep.
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