We now interrupt our regularly scheduled program to bring you another episode of Teen Talk. I assure you, everything you are about to hear is real and unedited. Please, do not try this at home. Unless you are fond of servitude.
One day, Teen decided to establish his place in the Familial Hierarchy.
Mom: “Teen, are you working this weekend?”
Teen: “Yes, all day Saturday. Do you know if my work clothes have gone through the laundry yet?”
Mom: “I’m not sure, we should check when we get home tonight.”
Mom: “Send me a text message as a reminder. Otherwise, I am afraid, by the time we get home later, we will forget to check.”
Text from Teen: Dear slave,
Make sure to wash and iron my good clothes for my upcoming business affairs.
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If you are not immediately sure of the answer to the question “Are you the Mom or the Housekeeper?” then you are in desperate need of a personal day and my most recent article on ParentSociety.com may be just the thing: 6 Ways to Pamper Yourself During Mommy Time.
You know the moment when you are knee-deep in laundry and it occurs to you that the job of mom (or in some cases, dad) is more like the job of live-in housekeeper?
I don’t know about you, but before I became a mom, my visions of motherhood went more like little children tripping along behind me, through the grassy meadow, singing in perfect harmony. OK, that might have been “Sound of Music,” but you get my drift.
Well, whenever I begin to overly obsess on the housekeeper aspects of being a mom, which usually comes in the midst of some particularly gross job like scrubbing toothpaste globs out of the carpet, I know it is time for a personal day…
We all need some personal time every now and then. Go Here to get 6 suggestions on how you might spend it.
Go now…what are you waiting for?…the laundry will wait…I promise!
6 Ways to Pamper Yourself During Mommy Time.
What? Hold on, hold on – folding a mountain of laundry was NOT Today’s Best Moment because that would be well, sad and completely crazy.
No, the best moment was when I walked into the still-being-renovated-for-10-years laundry room, saw this toppling heap of laundry and literally laughed out loud. You know the kind of laughter when your nearby sleeping cat, upon hearing your outburst, looks up at you like you are a complete and utter moron? Yep, one of those.
Sometimes, those moments are what get me through the day. And, I think my cat lives for them, too.