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He Said: “If My Head Weren’t Attached… I Think I’d Lose It”

December 28, 2009 by  

Believe me when I tell you that our house is crazy enough without the additional, unnecessary drama of everyday life!  With so many practices, appointments and timelines to meet, who has time to look for lost items?  Here are some examples from the holiday weekend ALONE:

  • Example 1 – Kat calls and mentions quietly (for the 3rd time this year, hence the sheepish approach) that she’s lost her credit card.  But no worries – no one’s used it yet so we should be ok!  I only wish I could emulate her thought process…
  • Example 2 – our five-year-old got one of those darn Lego sets for Christmas…the ones with 1,534 pieces, with 80% of them smaller than a thumbtack.  Each time he can’t find a piece, the entire world has to stop until we can find it.  Good times.
  • Example 3 – Does anyone else’s day come to a complete stop when the remote disappears?  With a 1-year-old in the house (whose favorite word is “garbage,” by the way), there’s a very good chance that it will never be found.  NOTE – thanks to the lady at the cable company office for not charging me the $7.00 for the additional remote!
  • Example 4 – we spent some quality time at a friends’ house yesterday.  Although not directly related to this blog, beware of their “eggnog” – it seems to have some crazy effects on the female gender when drank there at 10 am.  Anyway, at 6:00 last night I get a text from the host, letting me know that my (eye) glasses were in good hands.  It’s amazing how you can put something down, and one second later, COMPLETELY forget about it.

My point is, how can we possibly keep things in order when, half the time, we don’t know if we’re coming or going?  And if we’re neither coming NOR going, we can’t find what we’re looking for anyway?  PLEASE HELP!!!

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4 Responses to “He Said: “If My Head Weren’t Attached… I Think I’d Lose It””
  1. take heart. It comes with the territory. I lost my house/cars key 3 weeks after I gave birth and have yet to find them. I have been using a spare set ever since.


  2. oh, and at our baby shower, a new dad lost his palm pilot in our sofa.


  3. debbie says:

    About five minutes ago, my 12 year old dropped a Lego set with about 3000 pieces in it. Let’s just say they don’t stay together when drop0ped from a height!
    Stopped by from SITS.


  4. Mommy Bear says:

    I am so glad I’m not the only one that is constantly losing credit cards!! I still haven’t found it from the last thing I lost it. Sigh.

    I can so relate on the remote control always getting lost. My two year old likes to throw things in the trash too. Sigh again.


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