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Crazy. Busy.

This week has been crazy busy and it's not gonna stop anytime soon! I don't know how people with more than one child do it, I really don't! Tomorrow, we have two birthday parties and one soccer game. Not to mention the 7:00 am car service appointment. Good thing Mike likes to get up early.

Sunday, I'm off to DC for a conference, I'll be here for all of next week. Don't be jealous when I tweet about room service and my comfy bed. I'll be working my butt off too for sure.


  1. Do enjoy the posh! No way I could ever be in charge of me and another little human being. Hardest job in the world, you Mommy's have!

  2. would be worth the work to have a little room service!! Being a mommy is tough!!! Hang in there!

  3. I so agree with you, I am not sure how parents with more than one child stay organized! We always have baseball games/birthday parties/school activities, etc. But, it is a lot of fun! That hotel is gorgeous, enjoy yourself!

  4. i hope it slows down soon! hope you have a great trip and you get some great room service :)

  5. Have a great trip my friend... wishing you a week of "NOT" making beds! (that would be my guilty pleasure!)


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