Need a little comic relief during your chaotic day as a personal concierge to however many children you have? Yeah, ME too!
I decided to start this blog after having an epiphany while sitting in a booth having lunch at a local pizza restaurant. For about the hundreth time, my son looked at me as soon as our food arrived and announced that he “needed to go pee-pee.” I scooped him up, along with my purse and headed to the ladies room. After I let him do his business and washed both of our hands to appease the germophobe that I’ve become, I took him back to our booth only to find the bus-girl clearing our table…AGAIN. I told her that we were not done eating lunch, that we were in the restroom, and that this happens to me every time we go out. You would think that the matchbox cars stuck to the ball of pizza dough that they give the kids to play with would have tipped her off that we had not left the restaurant.
At any rate, as I sat there thinking about how many times this has happened to me, I realized that this has probably happened to every other Mom in America. Thus, The Mommyologist was born. website down This is a place where you can take a few minutes out of your day to have a laugh about the roller coaster ride that is motherhood. domain name data . I will tell it like it is with no sugar-coating, and hope that I will help other moms define the new “normal” that comes with being a mother. It is the most wonderful, but also the most difficult journey of your life. I know I wouldn’t trade it for anything…not even to make it through a whole lunch without worrying that the bus-girl is going to throw away my food.