Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Things I should feel bad about, but don't

I totally stole this idea from Steph at Bourbon and Glitter... and to be honest, it might become a recurring post as there are a lot of things in my life that I should probably feel bad about... but just don't

Zoey is not even closed to trained. This dog gets on all the furniture, sleeps on our bed, steals food from our plates, jumps on everyone and is kinda a pain in the butt. She doesn't listen worth crap and is constantly in our way. BUT, we love her and we're not changing it... we've kind of giving up on really training her, and I'm cool with that

I get really ragey towards Drew at night when he's fast asleep and Fynn is screaming her head off. Seriously? Why do I always have to be the one to get up with her? I get it, I brought it on myself by choosing to breastfeed. However, often she just needs a snuggle to fall back asleep. Pretty sure he's perfectly capable of snuggling. 

On days when Fynn and I are just bumming around the house? We don't usually bother getting dressed. Either of us... unless she makes a major mess. Even then I'll often just throw another pair of pjs on her rather than real clothes. 


99% of the time my house is a pit. A dirty, nasty pit. I'd blame it on having a baby in the house... but it's been like this since we moved in here. Cue the massive panic when someone's coming over and we have to do the mad scramble clean up before they arrive. 

I don't really like doing things with people. Most of the time. Not all the time. But I'd rather be at home with my family then out shopping/eating dinner/whatever "fun" activity you're asking me to do. It seems like every year I become more and more of a homebody. 

That's it for today... what are some things you know you should probably feel bad about, but don't? 

7 comments:

  1. Haha, I love your honesty! It's been tooooo long since I've stopped by your blog, I've been a bad blogger lately.But you're def one of my faves, I'm always giggling when I'm here!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Haha steal away! I love reading these, you should definitely do more :)
    I hear you on not wanting to do stuff. On the weekends I'm all about it, but during the week I'm like... dude, leave me alone with my dog and my tv.

    ReplyDelete
  3. My house is often a nasty pit, I usually sit on my butt at least two hours a day and watch trashy mind numbing day time TV when I should be doing productive things, I am a huge homebody... I love this idea and this post, maybe I should do one of these posts myself
    www.mommysrambles.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  4. "I don't really like doing things with people." You and me both! Sometime I say yes to be polite, then dread going . . . .

    Deana
    TesoriBelle.com
    TesoriBelle on Bloglovin

    ReplyDelete
  5. Gosh this sounds like me to a T. I used to get so upset at night when my kids would cry out and my husband would act like he didn't hear anything and I am such a light sleeper that I fling the blankets back, huff as loud as possible and stomp off into the dark halls in hopes that he is jolted enough to know I"m mad. Then... I started a lil' game-- when I'd hear a cry-- I'd lay there--- then wait... and say-- "What should I do!?" "Should I go up there? Or do you want to go?" and I think the discussion of what we should do would drive him to just get up and go. It became a take turns type of a thing. I'm also a home body. Girls nights sound fun, but being in bed by 9 sounds much better-- cheaper too.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Great idea for a post, I may have to borrow :) And I'm totally a homebody too (and I think I've already commented on how infrequently I vacuum...ha!)

    ReplyDelete

  7. Love this post! We'd get a long great ha! I'm in my pjs 24/7 if we're staying home and my house is always a wreck. I'm not crazy about going out a lot either.

    http://www.nadanadalimonada.com

    ReplyDelete

The best part of blogging is hearing from my readers, so share your thoughts and ideas... or just say "hi"!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...