Wednesday, November 12, 2008

My day in a nutshell

Here's the daily dialogue in my head:

"What did I come in here for again?"

"Now, where did I put those keys?"

"Where the fuck is my cell phone?"

"Where did I put my coffee mug?"

"What day is it?"

"Where is my [insert the name of any given part of my breast pump here]?"

"I wonder where I put my wallet."

"Who the hell put this here?"

"Seriously, where the fucking fuck is my cell phone?"

I think you get the gist of it. It's a true miracle that Pepper doesn't get left in the Neverland that my cell phone tends to occupy.

On a side note, I met Meredith Small (author of Our Babies, Ourselves) today. More on that meeting another day.


Nadine said...

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Electronic Goose said...

LOL. I hope you find everything!

Somewhat Ordinary said...

That is my day, too! Seriously I look in the back of the car multiple times while driving to make sure I didn't forget Baby M!

Caro said...

Sounds a lot like my days - god knows how I'll cope when I go back to work. I feel like I have no brain left.

Cibele said...

Hi girl, I missed you! Don;t worry, you are not alone, I am the same way. I need my brain back. How is the baby doing? post some pics whe you can

Cate said...

Hey good to hear from you again!

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Aurelia said...

Hi hon, how are things going? Are you alright? New mommyhood can be a wild thing.

Barbara said...

Sounds exactly like most of my days :)

BlackenedBoy said...

This is so funny, because it's the same string of thoughts that go through my head on any given day, especially where cell phones are concerned.

I really laughed when I read, "What day is it?" because that's something I do all the time.

Is Pepper your daughter?

marlena rivers said...

hi that is so familiar and it still is happening to me after my baby is over one year old!!!be nice to yourself.
there once was a stupid movie where the jennifer aniston character kept putting her keys in the fridge and losing them and the boy who wanted her devised some way she could hold a device and the keys would beep like a cellphone so she could find them!!! she was not even a mom in that film!