Tuesday, April 28, 2009

I’m Gonna Be a Moving Girl …

… when my kids are all grown up. For some reason, the day I was home with my own 4 kids plus my friend’s 4 kids was the day I was able to move the couch, the big plants, the glider, the toy ottoman, and more. Thank God for nice weather so the kids were outside all day!

My friend thinks she really put me out by having me watch her kids for 2 days while she went to Chicago, so nobody tell her that I got so much done. The hardest part was playing Waitress and Dishwasher, but then when her kids left, it made my normal daily work seem like so much less! It also made me feel like a real a**hole friend for complaining about space when my friend has about half the space I do and the same number of kids. So I’ll be shutting up now.

Do you move furniture around a lot? Do you have a spouse or roomie who changes it back while you’re asleep (there’s a little of that going on in my home lately, but I am exerting my “Female Gene” for once)?

3 comments:

  1. i love to have the furniture moved around alot.but my husband does it.i just tell him when and where to put it

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  2. So I read your blog and understand you homeschool your children...When do you have time since you are on FB, the Kerry Show and writing articles to the Omaha paper? I am a parent who homeschools and I don't have any time for myself let alone get online. What grade equivalent are your children? My 8 yr old is into 3rd grade multiplication already. Is yours? I hope you put enough emphasis into your childrens' work as you do into your online work. I pray for you and your family that they aren't in the public school system one day and they are holding the class back. Good Luck!

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  3. Anonymous ... i will respond to you LATER, girl. FYI ... 8-year-olds are SUPPOSED to be doing 3rd grade stuff. that's not advanced or anything in my neck of the woods (America). save your prayers for someone who really needs them!

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