Friday, April 3, 2009

first timer

Ok so my friend told me I needed to start blogging and that people would read it. We will see. I guess I will start by saying that I have 2 lovely adorable children that I love with all of my heart. My daughter is going to be 2 on Monday her name is Nancy and my son is going to be 7 months on Saturday his name is Ron. (names have been changed to protect the innocent, until proven guilty)
Ok so today I will start by stating that both of my children though they can't communicate well with me have decided that when I am in a hurry that they will decide who is going to poop their pants and have the messiest one. I will have just changed both of them and am getting ready to go out the door and while I am getting the diaper bag Nancy will say to Ron "well I had a big blowout this morning now it is your turn, make it as messy as possible preferable up the back" I come back and as I load one in the car the other starts grunting and then I smell it. Great back into the house change not just the diaper but clothes as well. Ron could care less what he wears at this time but however Nancy has oppinions on what she will be wearing. So I think that she makes a big poop just to get into a different outfit. I don't quite know how they seem to get this down but it never fails and when I think that I am going to make it out the door on time and both have done their duty, the cat will bring in a bird or something that keeps me from getting out on time. What do you do but laugh and know that by now all your friends know that you will be running late and they all understand.

14 comments:

  1. O.k., now I get what you said. This is why you were late to Costco. Hehehehehe! Welcome to the blogging world! Woohooo! Now we have to work on Linda.....

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  2. I found you through momstheword. I hope you have fun with your blog! It's nice to meet you! :0)

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  3. Stopping by from Momstheword to say "hi". Bless your heart with all the poopy diapers and THANK YOU, JESUS those days are over for me! LOL!

    Keep on blogging...you will meet so many wonderful ladies who will bless your heart to no end!

    Blessings from Arkansas

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  4. Welcome to the bloggy world!! I'm Deb and "Mom" is a wonderful online friend of mine (in real terms....she's helped me learn how to actually do this blogging thing!! Love ya! Mom!!) Look forward to reading more of your life adventures!
    Blessings!!
    Deb

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  5. The joys of two little ones. I am always late too...I have 3 kids. Popped over from Momstheword. She is such a great bloggy friend. Welcome!

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  6. Blessings on your journey..I look forward to reading your posts. Please stop by my blogs at:

    http://arise2write.blogspot.com
    http://andrealuvsallgodscreatures.blogspot.com

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  7. welcome to the blogging world!! :D

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  8. Good morning! Did you have a good time last night? We had tons of kids, loud noise, and lots of food. What's not to love about that?

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  9. Rhonda, Sorry I'm late...my Friday was busy. I haven't posted at all yet today, but thought I'd run over and say "Hi". No pressure, but it looks like all of Moms friends are following you now. Do you do tricks?

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  10. Hi Mrs. Rhonda. it's me :-) missed you at the game night last night!

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  11. Welcome, Rhonda, to Bloggy Land! Hey, you have to have a sense of humor if you have children (I have 4). Mine are almost all grown and I'm going to be a grandma soon, so I get to start the poopy diaper thing all over, at least when I'm babysitting. Come over and see me anytime!

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  12. Momstheword sent me over. She is such a blessing and I know you enjoy her as a friend.

    I look forward to knowing you better. I'm a follower now. Come visit me sometime!

    Love,
    Beth

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  13. Welcome to the wonderful world of blogging, Rhonda! I hope you enjoy your journey! You will be blessed by the many wonderful women that you will meet here. (momstheword sent me.)

    Fortunately, I am out of the double-diaper stage! My sons are 4-1/2 and 2-1/2. I can't wait until the little one decides to get out of the diapers. When we talk about it now, he says that babies don't wear diapers - so he can. lol. But, he is going to be in for a surprise later this spring when it is nice out and the plants are all covering the fence... a couple of days in the yard without diaper. Hopefully, he will change his mind then. hehe.

    Blessings!,
    Katherine

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