Friday, June 17, 2011

Sleeping Naked on Frog Toilets. And Vonnegut.

My daughter is currently sleeping naked on her toddler toilet.   

Her toddler toilet is a frog, and it is placed in front of our regular toilet in our bathroom.  Her head is resting on the toilet seat in front of her.   

I would take a picture of this, but since she dropped my IPhone in the toilet about an hour ago, I am not able to do so.   

And I am wondering how other mothers do this.  Like the Duggars.  Extreme example, I know...but I'm totally serious.  Or people with three toddlers at once.  

I have a friend with triplets.  How did she do it without drowning herself?   

I losing my marbles...trying to be patient all the time.  Because being patient is definitely not in my nature.   

It takes every little thread of effort I have within me sometimes to even be NICE.   I don't think of myself as a particularly nice person.

The poop smears and crying is the threshold at which I am about to jump and fall...fall...fall...  I'm cracking.  

I'm reading Kurt Vonnegut books, and he is starting to make sense ~ he may be brilliant even.  Why yes....mirrors could be  "leaks."  Time travel certainly could be possible....why not?

I've been out in public lately with eyebrows done in purple eyeshadow. I thought it was brown.  No one said anything. 

I made it through most of the day with one dangly earring.    No one said anything.

I forgot to put deodorant on one armpit yesterday.  I was in Target and I smelled this horrendous stench and I became really angry.  

Body odor makes me really crazy angry.  Because it is so avoidable.  I mean, MIND YOUR FUNK, people.  Then...I smelled my right armpit and realized the stench was coming from ME.  ME!!  I got my dinner items and hustled home quickly. 

I wanted to go to Zumba this morning,  but I have a kid sleeping on the toilet.    

And as she fell asleep, apparently, she dropped my IPhone in the toilet.  

              "I want to stand as close to the edge as I can without going over. 
              Out on the edge you see all the kinds of things you can't see from the center." 
Kurt Vonnegut


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