November 24, 2009



I like the word "tidbits". It makes me smile. That's all.

Lets look at these pictures and think for a second.

Notice anything? Notice that Suri is wearing a dress without a coat and her mom and sister are both wearing pants............and coats?

That's all.

I feel like I am in laundry Hell. All of the time. Just as I get many loads finished and everything put away someone falls in the mud or Princess makes poop soup in her diaper. It never ends!

I hate it.

Soooooooooooooooooo much.

I havent been to the gym in a few weeks and I dont miss it one little tiny bit. My children were sick, I wasnt feeling well and I am busy Christmas shopping. So there.

On an unrelated note, our Halloween candy is gone. It got up and ran away. I swear.

The Un Mom

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Stacy (the Random Cool Chick) said...

Heh, I like the word 'tidbits', too - it does make me smile! ;)

Suri does look cold!

Laundry Hell is rampant over here, too. It's amazing how one Princess can dirty so many clothes in one day (yesterday 3 outfit changes!!) It seems to be a never-ending cycle.

Doing Christmas shopping can be its own workout... ;)

Happy RTT! :)

WackyMummy said...

Laundry hell is happening everywhere. Laundry hell in a basket. Which reminds me, I have chores to do.

Kat said...

You just reminded me that my dryer finished about 15 minutes ago. Off to go fold clothes...again.

I am Harriet said...

Wonder what happened to Suri. Like they can't afford a new jacket for her.

Have a great RTT!

Design it Chic said...

Tidbits is a funny word and also Suri needs a coat people!!!
And "poop soup"???? That's just plain funny:):):)
Happy Tuesday!

* my Randomness is up too:)

Seansmoma said...

I really wish we had a gym close enough around here for me to join. I would LOVE that.

Oh yea, and my laundry is ridiculous here too. *Sigh*

Foursons said...

Our Halloween candy somehow disappeared too. Strange.

Suri is absolutely beautiful. Too bad she has two nutcases for parents.

Julie@Momspective said...

I just got through about 15 loads of laundry I stalled putting away for 3 weeks. It took two straight days. I donated half of it to charity because I didn't feel like hanging it up.

Pollyanna said...

Almost daily, I sit on the floor in front of my laundry room and pick through the pile spilling from the dryer in order to find underwear or socks for the family.

I'd like to know why when my husband has clean black pants, I can only seem to find pairs of khaki socks and vice versa?

Heatherlyn said...

That was an interesting picture. And is that Katie's sister? They don't look very related!

Laundry hell ... happens over here too. It's cyclical. Laundry is OK for a few weeks, I get busy (and maybe a little lazy) and then BAM laundry hell.

I think Christmas shopping counts as exercize! :)

Confessions From A Working Mom said...

WOW on those pictures... what is Mrs. Tom Cruise thinking?!?!?! That child should be wearing a coat... or at least a little cardigan twin-set in a fine-knit cashmere (it sounds so Hollywood, right?).


Mrsbear said...

WTH? Slap a cardigan on that poor child, jeez.

I hate my laundry, it's multiplying. I just can't seem to get on top of it. I'm waiting for the laundry fairies to come and whoosh it away. I'll probably wait lying down.

Vicki said...

What makes me laugh about what Suri is wearing (besides the fact it's ok for her to freeze and the others not), is that she's wearing fairy gumboots and backpack that are only worth $30AUD or less! Maybe Katy thought the tag said $300!

dangerkitty said...

Its nice to know I have company in Laundry Hell. :-)

John Deere Mom said...

I wish I could agree with you about Suri...because Lord knows I think Tom Cruise is a major whack-job...but speaking from experience, I know it is difficult to tell a 3 year old girl what to wear. Yes, I'm the mom. I could MAKE her...but she IS such a fashionista she decides what she wants to wear. People have probably taken pictures of me in jeans and a hoodie and my daughter in a sundress and flip-flops. I TRY to make her wear the coat...and then I figure, if she gets cold enough, she'll wear it! :)