Monday, August 24, 2009

What Should Really Be Taught...

in sex-ed.

How many people live in your house x 2 = loads of laundry per week.

Add 30 minutes at the beginning and end of a typical trip to the store. And take around 3 extra bags full of items you may or may not need.

A typical conversation with a friend will go something like this:
You: "Ted and I were going Johny stop hitting your sister to take a Susie spit that rock out now drive to the Susie give that toy back to the baby shore Johny where is your other shoe on Sunday. We were thinking of Susie stop screaming having a where did I put the baby's spoon picnic. Do you want to join us? Johny bring me your shoe so I can tie it."
Friend: "Yes we would love to join you."
You: "Join us for what?"

You will never miss a meal again. You will not eat at these meals, but you will never miss one.

Snack will become a four-letter word. Along with mom.

You will become an expert on product recalls instead of movie reviews.

Every children's morning show theme song will be memorized in place of the Top 20.

You will never again need to set an alarm clock.

Okay moms what else should they really teach?

Andi and Brad have been married since 2002. They have five squishers who keep them on their toes. She is a second generation home educator. In her spare time Andi creates and sells handmade goodies in her shop, Andi Gould Designs.


  1. They should teach that being a mother is a blessing and that some people won't be able to procreate so if you are blessed with children, you should be grateful and not complain. I know a ton of women who would love to be in your shoes so next time you are listing off the "challenges" you face as a parent, you might want to count your blessings instead.

  2. I laughed soooo hard I had tears running down my face :P thanks for always being real!!

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