I'm exhausted. I was a total asshole mom today. It's tiring bossing around a 2 and 5 year old. Getting all up in their toddler grills. In the afternoon we went to the zoo and frolicked and ate frozen packing material Dipp'n Dots and shit. But the morning was me and ADD arm wrestling each other. And when I can't focus, any interruption at all makes my eyes roll back into my head. So our conversations went like this;

Me: (Staring at t-ball roster) I'm so confused.

Son: Mom! Look at what I made from Legos!

Me: What? Yea great.

Son: You're not looking. Look. Look. Look.

Me: What! I just want to be left alone man. Can't you just leave me alone for 5 minutes. Just 5 minutes!

See? Asshole. Ok, that's all ADD will let me write.

Here's some funny toys.


Heather said...

You described my week.


Must. Have. Those. Dolls.

That is freaking HIGHLARIOUS.

Mamma said...

I don't have ADD. What's my excuse?

Anonymous said...

Girl, seriously, I do that all the time. Good to know I'm not alone out there! I say that all the time "just give me five minutes alone!"


kathi d said...

I'm sorry. Your children are now scarred for life. It is too late to help you now.

Hetha said...

"Getting all up in their toddler grills" - LOVE this quote girl.

Lotta said...

Kathi - Stop making me laugh!

kathi d said...


Kathy said...

Awww, I hate it when I feel like that at the end of the day! :( Don't be so hard on can be rough!!

The Introvert said...

That baby has some serious hemorrhoids.

ElegantSnobbery said...

..... I don't have ADD, but I have that same conversation with my three year old daily. Yikes, maybe I'm just an a-hole mom!!!

lildb said...

no. srsly. how did I miss that you've got the ADD fuckwad on your tip, too?

we. must. discuss. at the 'rence.

(if I go.)

(we'll see.)




*this comment brought to you by ADHD, 'cause it likes to work the H*

crunchycarpets said...

em that is me every freakin day.


oh and thanks !!! for introducing me to my new addiction...Etsy.

Lotta said...

So nice to know I'm not the only one. Aaaah guilt, the foundation of motherhood.