Friday, April 20, 2007

OMG

Now I half considered posting about Alec Baldwin and what an assclown he is but as that subject is being discussed everywhere I figured I wouldn't bore you with my feelings about his parenting skills (or lack thereof - oops I just did discuss him didn't I ?)

Moving right along...

Have you seen this yet ?



True Mom Confessions

All I can say is OMG, OMG,OMG. These confessions have taken me through every emotion on the spectrum. I keep going back to see what juicy little tidbits will be posted next. I'm quickly becoming addicted.

In honor of this site, I'll post my own confession here - leave one in the comments if you dare.

I blog and catch up on my favorite blogs when I should be working.

(ha- like you didn't know that already...alright I'm sorry cheesy confession I know)

If you want juicier...head on over there and check it out.

I wish you all the best of weekends! Maybe I'll have something juicier to confess on Monday.

Mwah,

Worker Mommy

4 comments:

Butrfly4404 said...

Me too.....meeee tooooo. (If they didn't want us to blog at work they'd away our internet, right?) (J/k spying IT guys, please don't do that!!!)

My confession?

My kids would rather eat a $.98 frozen dinner than a meal I spent all evening putting together. And I'd rather cook THAT for them.

Brillig said...

Oh, yes. My kids wander and destroy things while I'm blogging--which is, like, all day. hahaha.

Hmmmm, confessions? How 'bout how when Bubba was just about 1 I'd put Fluffy (who was 2) in the high chair and put food on her tray, and Bubba could help himself to whatever she dropped on the floor. That way I didn't have to feed him too.

Worker Mommy said...

I'm definitely feelin' you both. The other night B & J had cereal for dinner. It was easy and I knew they'd actually eat it all rather than taking two bites and then wanting to move on to something else.

Butrfly4404 said...

The Man WON'T let us have cereal for dinner!!

It's been requested by the children and I said "I wouldn't have a problem with that." He thinks I'm nuts. When we were little, my dad would call "scratch" twice a week and we had leftovers, ramen noodles or cereal. I was like 10, of course I had cereal.