Shouldn't I be the only one with PMS in my house? Is it some kind of change in the planets that is bringing out the moodiness in my boys? I survive one moodiness episode, and then another moody boy steps up to the plate. I'm learning that these moody times pass quickly. Some days, it feels like there is one moody tremor on top of the other. I'm trying to ignore most of it, and let it pass. Not every episode is worth a battle. Usually, they get back to normal once they are fed. (I'm thinking of keeping meatballs in my pockets and aiming for the boys' open mouths like they are moody lions or something. LOL)
Here is Jillian's solution: "Mommy, can't we just trade them in for 3 sisters? We could play fairy princesses all day!"
Crazy, crazy, crazy week! First, the fire trucks roaring down the street. Then a lacrosse ball mysteriously broke my side mirror. To make things even more tense in my household, my oldest son managed to break a garage window and annoy my husband even more. Apparently failing to look sophisticated, I looked like a ravenous animal when I scoffed down a ridiculously tiny sliver of chocolate cake in front of dainty PTA parents. Hey, this girl needed her chocolate!! I'll be by later to say hello to everyone :)