Wednesday, August 3, 2011

the Girls

Guest post from: Natalie Walter

My husband and I are the proud parents of two children, both of them are girls. One is 5 « and the other is 3. I am a stay at home mom and my husband brings home the bacon for me to fry. We are nothing like the Cleavers. There is a lot more yelling in our house. We never planned to have more than 2 children. This was one of the first things we agreed on when we got engaged. My husband always said he did not want to be on a team where he was out numbered. I hope he was joking. Anyway one night I was looking for a comedy sitcom I saw on direc4U.COM and I saw him writing something on a piece of paper. That was a rare sight so I walked over to see what it was and he was writing down names. We discussed briefly about adding to the family but we both got back to reality rather quickly once we looked around and saw the scattered toys and the crying coming from down the hall.

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