Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Bad Mothers

Last week was a whirlwind of migraines, stomach aches and tragic food choices - not for my kid but for myself. If I can't take care of myself, who can I take care of?? Sheesh. Bad Mother. To top the week off, our fab fellow blogger Rachael Chatoor allowed us the pleasure of hooking up with mommy celeb Erica Ehm who's apparently ALL ABOUT being a Bad Mother. Or bad-ass, anyway. In her YummyMummyClub you too can feel like a M.I.L.F. Thankfully, Erica's new definition is "Modern Inspired Life-makers Freakin' multi-tasking babes". And I can work with this. If you feel like your kids don't fully support your bad-ass self, just read them the Mischievous Mom At The Art Gallery a few times (written by the queen of bad-assness herself) to get everyone straightened out. A'ight?


  1. Great to meet you gals. Be bad. Be yummy. Be yourself. Be Mischievous. Whatev. Keep in touch!!!!

  2. Thank you so much for spending time with us and bringing together so many yummy mummies! The book is a riot and beautifully done. Have you seen the reviews on Amazon?? Bowing Down!!

  3. Well, well, well. So this is where you have been hiding the last few years. :)

    To be clear and so we're all on the same page, is it okay for men to read your blog too? Yah, I'm reading it. Hope it's okay. If not, maybe someone will invent an IP blocker based on gender. Ha ha!

    ANYhoo ... to comment on a previous blog post, 2 hours a day is okay in my book. Especially on Saturdays, when some (read: mine) kids get up around 6 and start asking to play outside so they can wake the dead. Trust me--it's entirely possible that they could. So to head off the town mob before there even becomes one, we let them watch a couple hours on Saturday morning. Other than that, during the week, they MIGHT get half an hour or so. Unless mommy or daddy are feeling extremely generous and turn on a movie after dinner.

  4. Daddy wisdom is real. We need you, man. Represent!


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