How you know it’s SO time for Spring Break

1. You stay up until 11pm two nights in a row helping your husband play Scramble on Facebook.

2. You stop suddenly in the middle of drying your hair after your shower and realize, “Sweet Jesus, I forgot to wash my hair.” You HAVE however remembered to put in conditioner. Also, you have only five minutes until you have to walk out the door.

3. You start spending the majority of your days with your pants unbuttoned. (Ok, that may work better under the title “How you know it’s time for maternity clothes”)

4. You’ve taken a nap every day of the week. (May also be related to #1)

5. You meet the parents at the PMO at the door with their kid in your arms and their bags ready to go. BYEBYESEEYALATERHAVEAGREATSPRINGBREAK!

Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

SPRIIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNGGGGGGGG BREEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAKKKKKKKK!!!!

4 comments

1 Ginny { 04.04.08 at 6:06 pm }

Here’s a quote for you, and how I wish I could do it right…. but on the way home I heard (on NPR!) the reporter, like, say: “We want you to give us the poop on fertilizer?” tee hee. Thought you’d like it.

2 Ginny { 04.04.08 at 6:09 pm }

By the way, all that stuff you are doing, while you are growing a person? well….NO WONDER YOU’RE TAKING NAPS. Your pace is amazing. So I hope you have a fabulous Spring Break, with naps every day, just for the heck of it. And NO POOPY pants to clean up. Got that, Bug?

3 Elizabeth { 04.04.08 at 8:51 pm }

Ooooh, so *that’s* why Luke got 115 points on one round of Scramble with me. He’s OBLITERATING me. I see what you did there.

4 racher { 04.05.08 at 7:08 pm }

Oh, um, oops. I meant I was WATCHING him play Scramble. Totally.

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