My name is Lindsay and this is just so I don't feel guilty for not keeping a written journal...


Sunday, January 8, 2012

You're going to be glad you read this...


The stretch marks on my belly look like spaghetti.

(See?  Paying off already...)

And no matter how many sit-ups, how many 10Ks, how many diets...  they are a permanent part of me.

You know how us mothers like to hold our 86+ hours of labor against our children as though they intentionally came into this world to torture us?

I could get so many more miles out of just "showing-off" my spaghetti and with a horrified look and a raspy voice say, "What have you done???"


So Suzie turned 3. 


I guess turning 3 is hard.


From cakes that must not be touched (?)
to insensitive mothers,


it's a real drag.


One might even fall to the temptation of the sippy cup.


Those of us who have been there can be a comfort to those less experienced.


If Garret could speak he might calm Suzie with a simple shrug and a, "Hey, aging just means that the candy on the fridge will be within reach soon..."


I say go ahead and be a diva on your birthday, Suzie.  Because just as this spaghetti-belly is permanent, you are too.  And there's nothing I can do about it. 


Well, I guess I could put you down for a non-negotiable nap and eat the rest of your cake...

Happy Birthday Little Miss Suzikins!

"When I turned two I was really anxious,
because I’d doubled my age in a year.
I thought, if this keeps up, by the time I’m five
I’ll be 64."
-unknown

6 comments:

Becca Jane said...

Happy Birthday Susie!!! Can't wait to see you, hopefully soon!

Cristin said...

No way!!! I remember when you were pregnant with her...it wasn't that long ago.

Happy birthday Susie!!!!

Oh yeah and Spaghetti belly sisters unite!!!

Brenda said...

This "grandpa" loves our Suzie.

nuttbutts said...

happy birthday suzie!

Christopher and Kimberly said...

I love this post :)

Happy Birthday Suzie!

Jenna said...

Happy Birthday!! Aw I love the sibling comfort and I could totally see Garret saying that! For Eli's 3 I let him help make and decorate our birthday cakes, during parts of it, like when he decided to use the bowl with egg-whites in it as a hat, I was like, "why, why did I decide this was a good idea?" but in the end I think I'll do it again next year! Yeah for 3-year-olds! They only last a year, right :-)

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