10. For the second year in a row, you promised to dye Easter eggs with your kids and didn’t get to it. In order to make up for this failing, you sat your two oldest kids in front of The Ten Commandments at 9:00 P.M. while you boiled some eggs. Your kids are 4 and 2 -1/2.
9. Your daughter actually DID throw up from eating too much candy on Easter.
8. After throwing up, she then drove her brother’s Power Wheel into his groin.
7. Forgetting that your children didn’t actually eat their Easter lunch, you did not make dinner. After all, you weren’t hungry, but you hadn’t thrown up Easter candy, either.
6. You were awoken at 6:00 A.M. by your husband who wanted to show you that a food thief had left the refrigerator open and ham, asparagus, a gallon of milk, and a block of cheese on the floor. Also at the scene of the crime–the identical pink snuggly with which your daughter sleeps. Maybe if you made dinner the night before, your two-year-old wouldn’t have raided the refrigerator in the middle of the night.
5. You didn’t serve your children breakfast until 10:45 A.M.
4. At some point in the morning, your daughter calls, “Mommy, can you help me get off the table?” At that moment, you realize that your two-year-old has been sitting on the table for a majority of ‘brunch.’
3. Your attempts to get your son to put down the lid to the toilet and flush have failed.
2. Your baby was playing with toilet paper in the toilet. See previous statement.
1. Your daughter, who has been potty-trained for months but strong-willed for longer peed on you as you pick her up to take her to the potty. She then exclaimed, “Peeing is fun!!!”
Alternate titles for this post:
“Reasons You Should Not Host Large Gatherings at Your Home”
“Reasons You Should Take Your Weekend Away from the Family Soon”