Monday, October 22, 2012
I Really Thought I Did My Visiting Teaching for October
We went to Disneyland last weekend. It was fun. Every time I went on Splash Mountain I told myself to be cool. But I'm always surprised by the sheer drop. It's scary and I can not disguise my fear, even for a photo.
I learned something really important this month which is kind of related to fear, thanks to a Babble commenter:
Zombies aren't real.
Specifically, "Really? Seriously. Omg is all I can say. Zombies are fictitious!!!! Dead people coming alive again? Really? Not to be mean but I cannot believe this person is so stupid to actually blog about this and scare her kids trying to “prep” them for it? It can’t happen because dead do not come back alive!! You are ignorant!!!"
I feel so dumb.
Here are links to my Babble posts. You won't even believe how many there are:
How To Prepare Your Kids for a Zombie Apocalypse
A total waste of time since zombies are, apparently, fictitious.
So you don't have to ruin it with a coat.
Children's Illustrators Who Shaped My World
I LOVED writing this and I LOVE talking about it. Tell me who shaped your world in the comments or when you see me in real life.
Can Your Marriage Be Saved
Mostly a tribute to Amy, Rory, and Brandon Flowers.
A Wrinkle In Time is a Graphic Novel
Switched at Birth
Maggie almost was.
15 Things That Have Terrified Kids Through the Ages
This is a scary one.
Halloween Class Parties
Do Morning People Make Better Moms?
I think maybe they do.
There's a Mom Gene
Talking Politics With Kids
Hand Me Downs: What do You Keep and How do You Store?
I want to get rid of everything.
Do Kids Kill Art?
My speech for Justin Hackworth's thing.
Cute pictures of my kids.
The Lengths We Go to Avoid Each Other
Some Mom Hacks
Boys and Puberty: Ew
I know that's link overload. I just don't want you to miss anything.