type='text/javascript'/> A Latte Talk: You might have mommy brain if...

Saturday, September 27, 2008

You might have mommy brain if...

  • You come very, very, embarrassingly close to wiping your husband's nose with a kleenex, before realizing you meant to be going for the nose of Mini-Matt.

  • You stand with your hands full of groceries trying to unlock your front door with your remote car beeper.

  • The top of every single form from your child's school looks like this when you turn it back in:
Child's Name: Jenny Corene Lattetalk

I think this might just have to become a series, I could probably add to it daily. Any you'd like to add?

Hey, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em!


Leys said...

I REALLY want one of the door beeper openers..

Anna - Three Sneaky Bugs said...

How about my yesterday:

Let the kids play in the van while I set up stroller. Stick them in said stroller & spend 5 or so hours at the arboretum only to return to a dead battery because I did look to see what they were playing with while I set up the blasted stroller!

Heather of the EO said...

I know it's mommy brain when

I try to "core" a PEACH with an apple corer thingy.

Make sweet and sour chicken with no rice.

When I walk around for five minutes looking for my keys and they're in my hand.

Anonymous said...

Oooh, you must get a button made - this is gonna be big! Blessings, Whitney

Anonymous said...

Um... yeah. You might have mommy brain if you can't finish a comment. LOL.

Jenna said...

you might have a mommy brain if you constantly sway back and forth as if you're holding a fussy baby.

you might have a mommy brain if you find your cereal in the fridge and your milk in the pantry.

Jennifer @ Taking My Time said...

I will only admit this to you (and your readers)

The 5 of us at a crowded festival thingy. I had been pushing our toddler in the stroller and helping hubs keep an eye on our other two kids walking with us. Husband walked away to get some food with toddler then on his shoulders, leaving me with the other two. I looked around frantically and couldn't find my four-year-old and after about 15 seconds realized I had forgotten that she had taken her brother's place in the stroller. Safely buckled in the stroller, me freaking out for no reason. Pushing the stroller towards my husband containing the child that I claimed I couldn't find. Just glad I noticed her before I started asking others for help.

I never have anything to contribute to Foody Friday, but I can certainly relate to mommy brain!

Megan said...

While driving with your friend, you point and excitedly exclaim, (and I mean, *excitedly*), with a sharp gasp, "FIRE-TRUCK!!!!!"

Then laugh hysterically, remembering your children are nowhere near.

I came over (from Kimberly's place: A Planting of the Lord). I will most definitely be back! :)