Saturday, August 30, 2008

delayed and dismayed


2 Kids 3 Martinis said...

Hang in there friend. It's the hardest job in the world, but so rewarding :)
I'd SO offer to babysit if I were your neighbor. Oh! to hold a baby again...
Just do your'll make it, I promise!! And thanks for taking the time to do what blogging you can; I love seeing your work.

Lelo said...

I love the motherhood's leg is hairy and wears kick ass boots.

Hang in there. Remember all of the stories you're collecting in your mind!

R. said...

it's about surviving at this stage, not thriving:-) it'll get better, and then it will get worse again. and then it will get better again too. it's all just giving you material... and we all love your material!

The cup is half full of something I don't like said...

I remember complaining to a friend about how hard I though having a baby at home was until I had a baby and a toddler at home. She said, yeah, I used to think it was hard having a baby and a toddler home until I had a toddler and a kid at home.

max said...

I just typed a great comment before I was signed up on google. Now it is gone!!!
What I said is that so much creativity and talent right above my head. None has seeped down through your floor/my ceiling. I have always admired your talent and skill as an artist (I love my painting hanging in my house), however, I did not know you were equally talented with writing. I have always enjoyed you verbal comments that are so unfiltered. I appreciate you honesty, your uninhibited talk.
I love the blog and have been laughing for the past hour as I read your comics.
I peeked at the shop and want to put in an order, although, I do not think we need to use the postal service!
Hayden is lucky to have these stories for later enjoyment. I remember caring for my daughter, Aviv. She enjoys photos from the past, except for the one of her naked standing up in the infamous red wagon, that is hanging in my dining room! I have albums of our times in the woods with the tents, the house truck the dogs and horses and the log cabin and gardens.
I do remember all the work that goes into motherhood and always being tired. I remember wishing there was a script, yet, we mothers write our own.
You are the cutest mom and you are doing a great job!

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