02 December 2010

The good mom

Where does she come from? And where does she go?

11 comments:

Leah said...

I don't know, but when you find her come back and tell me.
(...that I may come and worship her also... no wait, that's wrong)

HappyFox said...

I don't know, but I'll bet she gets a lot more sleep than I do.

Wing It Mom said...

She makes brief appearances around here- but not as often as she is needed...

Megan173 said...

She showed up here the other day. It had been so long since I had seen her that I didn't recognize her until after she had left. I'm hoping she comes back soon...

Reb. Mary said...

The good mom runs freaking and shrieking from the house after 5 minutes. Because she knows that if she stays for any length of time, she'll turn into that Other Mom. :P

Gauntlets said...

Wait. Who the heck is Good Mom?

Sue said...

Well, I'm pretty sure I'm older than the rest of you (just had my first grandchild), so I had to chime in and tell you I think she shows up a lot more often after the kids leave home! Sorry to say! Although with grown kids, you sometimes have to bite your tongue and not say anything. It's really hard to turn out what you've been doing and saying for the past 18 plus years. Mine are 28 and 31 and it's still hard, though I'm getting better at that part. But enjoy your little ones at home, even if there are days your feel like a monster - I miss that time! But now get to enjoy from a different perspective with my son's son. I have to add - with my older son, I could be reaming him out over something (bad Mom!) and he'd look up at me (which was till he hit 6th grade and then starting looking down at me!) and say "I love you, Mom", at which point I wanted to slither off and beat myself up for yelling! Lecture over, immediately. He claims he didn't do it to push my buttons, but I wonder...

lisa said...

How timely.

lisa said...

PS: Leah = Hilarious

Rebekah said...

:D

Wing It Mom, do you and I have an historical connection in the form of a really ratty green couch?

Wing It Mom said...

As a matter of fact we do. ;-)