You Get a Puppy And You Get A Puppy…

(Disclaimer: I’m not really giving anyone a puppy. I was being funny like the Oprah thing.)

Our baby, Sunny

I don’t think that I blogged since we had the newest addition to our family. We have a dog, guys. I was never going to get one because I don’t like to pick up poop. I would 1000 times rather change diapers than pick up dog poop. We got a scoop claw thing and that seems to help. Oh and also I ask my husband to do it instead. That helps the most.

The dog is named Sunny. Originally the girls wanted to name her Sunflower, but we are mean parents. She can be a real bitch, but we still love her. -that’s funny word play. I’m not mean… well like only a mean parent, not to animals.

My favorite is she let’s out these long dramatic groans when I have the nerve to move when she’s laying on me, or when Kerry snores. She’s fitting in just fine.

Face It

Something else kind of exciting- I just ordered a Rodan and Fields face kit thing. I’m pretty excited to get started on that. Anyone use that? If you have wanted to try it and don’t have a person may I suggest my friend Laura. Find her here https://lweber1.myrandf.com/. I totally plan on taking before and afters. Stay tuned for 60 days people. You don’t have to stay in the one spot. Feel free to go and then come back.

Don’t Do It Mandelynn

Ugh! It’s taking everything I have not to turn political. I started this as a way to bond with other people over fun things. I’m going to try super hard to keep it that way. Not promising some things won’t sneak in though. Because I’m only human! Only Human!

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Good ol’ Mexicota

Good ol’ Mexicota
Facebook revisit to  June 3, 2014 at 9:12pm CDT
On the way to daycare this morning things took a serious turn. Sophie called an important meeting by uttering the words “I have something to say,” in a serious tone. Nina and I exchanged a look. From the look I imagine we both were thinking “we can tell you have something to say because you’re doing that thing people do when they have things to say…namely talking.” However her hands were folded in a businesslike way and both of us waited for the impressive announcement which was to follow. “We need to get a dog.” That was the announcement.
I glanced at Nina. Any backup I had from the previous glance had receded. I could tell it was up to me. “You would have to vacuum everyday,” says I. “No, I wouldn’t. I’m a kid. I don’t know how,” returns she. Inadvertently hitting the nail on the head. Thankfully the biggest plane she had ever seen (it was soooo not) flew across the sky at that moment and Sophie side tracked herself by making Nina jealous that she couldn’t see it. Sorry Nina, in hindsight the relief I felt for moving on to the plane even with the frustration it caused you, seems wrong. I can’t put my finger on why, but it feels a little traitor-like. Sure, I owed you one for abandoning me on the dog issue, but I guess that’s to be expected to a degree. We have a better chance of getting a plane (you would totally be able to see it than and it would be the biggest ever) than a dog at the moment. If we do get a plane – first stop: Mexicota. Sophie tells me all the animals live there.
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