Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Day 4194 Of Parenthood

      
                 
             " We are no longer a one cart family "



   
     
Once you have more children than you can count on one hand some people look at you as if you are rare specimen that needs further examination. I needed to remind myself to be -

                                   "the little mom that could"

One of the best parts of my shopping trip yesterday was when asked if I was stocking up? I turned to my friend who was with me and said, “Yeah this should last about a week.”

7 comments:

The Girl Next Door Grows Up said... [Reply to comment]

LOL!

Love your blog and the background is super cute too!! I am a new follower from MBC!

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JaelCustomDesigns said... [Reply to comment]

Oh how I know that feeling! Lol!

I try to stock up at Costco but, I find myself in the Grocery Store on a weekly basis. I have four crumbsnatchers ages 13, 12, 10, and 2! (2) boys & (2) girls and their appetites definitely grow with them. I think they have a bottomless pit for a stomach because every time I look up their eating something. Lol!

Carey said... [Reply to comment]

I'm LOVING this post! Made me laugh out loud and I love to laugh! I can't imagine six. Right now I just have one, but my husband I have always wanted a big family....we'll see what the Lord says about it :)

Lani said... [Reply to comment]

I love your blog, I can really relate. I am one of eight kids. I love the grocery shopping episode. I tried to keep my sanity with only two kids of my own. Following from MBC FFF.

Mom of Many said... [Reply to comment]

You have beautiful children!!!

Sam said... [Reply to comment]

How bout the stuff that ends up your cart thanks to your little helpers! One of our local stores has an online ordering thing so that I can deal with my list and no impulse shopping. It works well when I actually have a plan! Problem is I am usually late in the day and plan-less!