Life With A Side Of Autism

LIFE WITH A SIDE OF AUTISM

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Forgive Me Internet, For I Have Mommy-Sinned

Forgive me internet, for I have sinned. My Mommy-sins have been many, and I humbly beg for absolution.

This week, my Mommy sins include:


1.  I forgot that the parent teacher conference in-service day was moved from Monday to Tuesday to accommodate election day, sending my kids into a mad scramble on Monday morning once I realized my mistake, thereby resulting in my thirteen year-old daughter going to school without straightening her hair first. DEAR GOD. I am a monster.


2. I told my children I didn't buy any good Halloween candy. I did. I did and I ate it secretly and with great relish.




3. On Sunday, I told my daughter we were watching George of the Jungle because her brother wanted to watch it. I bear no guilt over this. Brendan Fraser in a loincloth is good for us all.



4. I found a tube of Burt's Bees lip balm in my daughter's jeans pocket as I was doing laundry, and since it's getting cold around here and all of the moisture has been mysteriously sucked from the atmosphere, I hereby claimed the lip balm under the Universal Treaty of Parental Chore Intervention.



5. I hid my son's Lego Movie DVD. I love Legos (when they're put away in the bin or being used to build, not when they're under the arch of my foot as I come down the stairs in the morning), and I loved the Lego Movie. I loved it the first eighty-six times I saw it. Now I can't hear "Everything is Awesome" without bodily fluids oozing from my eyes and ears and the four horsemen of the apocalypse appearing in a haze in the distance. This  movie has to go away for a little while. It just has to.

Dear, sweet sainted mother of Susan Sarandon, don't press play.


That's enough confession for this week, internet. I hope you can find it in your heart to forgive me.


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1 comment:

  1. That number four is not even a sin! It was the rule when I was a little girl - whoever does the laundry gets to keep what they find! :-)

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