Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Turtle and the Hare

There is a MAJOR difference between mothers and fathers…well, not so major. Here is an example of what I mean. Scenario: Youngest child wakes up  for the day at 7:18 a.m. It is daddy’s turn to get her up and … Continue reading

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Today while out with my child, I went to pass gas. As I said, I’m pregnant and often times the fetus needs to pass gas as well. By accident, …it wasn’t a fart. We came home. “Mommy made poopy in her … Continue reading

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Those are the words the Mohel spoke to me before slicing my son. Having spent the past 1.5 days in the hospital where every injection/IV/check was pre-told and discussed, I was a bit taken aback when I was given a … Continue reading

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Push, Push, Push

Our air conditioner broke. We were told way back that we’d need a new one but hubby insisted it was a ploy. Needless to say it’s been 78* since the day of  the bris and I walk around naked with … Continue reading

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Timing is everything. That’s why I’d like to share my situation. Had my third baby Have new aupair…had. Old aupair is leaving in one day Hubby is unexpectedly traveling overnight this weekend Bub and Pop are going to Cali; a … Continue reading

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Dr. Mengela (sp?)

Our new aupair we’ve had for one week, is going to be leaving our home. But let me explain. In the hospital I was given a new vaccine and told that anyone caring for young infants and children should be … Continue reading

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While I have yet to watch the new season of shows since hubby has hijacked the remote, knowing full well I can’t breastfeed and fast forward… I’ve been subjected to nightly watching of the Phillies. While I may be a … Continue reading

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Practice makes perfect

Hubby is out driving with aupair #2 in my big mini. Why? Because apparently she only drives around on her bicycle picking fruit.

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Jon and Kate plus 8

The other evening at the synagogue for Yom Kippur, a grandmother came over to me to see when I was due. She told me a rather frightening story that unfortunately is the only thing that left ringing in my ears, … Continue reading

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Why is it that my husband had to fly out of here like Earth, Wind and Fire because my children bought me 2 latex balloons on the maternity floor, but every nurse/catering/housekeeping staff can spread noxious fumes with their dousing … Continue reading

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