Friday, February 26, 2010

It's Like Stopping to Smell the Roses....Only They're Sweaty, Stinky Boys

Laughing so hard there were tears and stomach cramps. Smiling so much that cheeks hurt. Silly faces, bunny ears, and hanging hair.  This was how I spent my evening tonight, under the guise of taking random pictures of me and my boys.

There was even that scary moment when you realize your bladder is the same age you are, only bladder years are somewhat like dog years so it's actually much older and has the alarming potential to simply stop practicing any sort of control whatsoever.

I won't get many more of these night as my boys get older. Not with both of them at the same time, certainly.


Totally worth the bladder scare.



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11 comments:

Linda in New Mexico said...

I love to hear stories of your "Momming". You are so good at it and your adventures and interactions with your boys is always a smile moment....thanks

Big Mark 243 said...

I agree with Linda... and one of the reasons that I know that you are a wonderful Mother is that you still question whether or not you are, and you strive to improve.

You are a great role mother and I bet you will be a boon to your future daughter in laws!!

Cecily R said...

Aren't those moments the best thing EVER? That's when you remember why you signed up for this motherhood thing!

Flea said...

TOTALLY worth it! They're adorable. :)

Iqra said...

I love the title. It's good that you spend time with your boys like that. They'll remember it all their lives.

Tina said...

Love this picture of you with Jock and Bug!!! Hope yu;re still enjoying the love, laughter and memories!

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

Fun times, take them as you get them.

semicrunchymama said...

I came here from Cecily's Photo Story Tuesday link-up...

This: There was even that scary moment when you realize your bladder is the same age you are, only bladder years are somewhat like dog years so it's actually much older and has the alarming potential to simply stop practicing any sort of control whatsoever. had me in stitches! How true this is!

What a wonderful post, and a wonderful moment to share!

T said...

I think I'm uncomfortable talking about how old my bladder has gotten :)

who am I kidding...

love it, great pic

Karen said...

You are the Mommy Hero in my world. To be that close with teenage boys is nothing short of a miracle.

And I'm jealous of your dry pants. My bladder totally would have conked out.

Kelli @ Gohn Crazy said...

The times that make this momma gig completely worth it.