Monday, November 17, 2008

The Bday Celebration Continues...

After the glorified gift wrappin opening...we made our way to the movie theater. Eldest Twerp wanted to see Madagascar 2 -- Electric Boogaloo.And for some unknown moment of insanity, she invited her brothers. I so would have ever done this. She also invited her dad -- again, not my actions here.
If it were up to me it would have been a girls night with mexican food and Dr Pepper and lots and lots of buttery with a little bit of popcorn. But, I was her night not mine. Although I did try to convince her otherwise.
But the movie -- the movie was a QT pie.
We laughed and laughed...
But had to hurry up and get home to play some more of our games. Our priorities have changed now.
Don't go judgin that she has no sheets on her bed. I was actually washing them -- for like the first time in forty eleven years. Don't you judge me. Don't you dare judge me. Please.

9 comments:

Melissa Ellen Tweak said...

my ma in law always tells me that - don't you judge me! don't you dare judge me in a kidding sorta way. it makes me laugh! like if she has a wrinkled table cloth or something that i would so not even notice.

I love it that she invited the guys too. I think I prob woulda gone with just a gal's night but I never had any brothers - so, hmmm? Madagascar 2 looks sooooo funny! I cannot wait to see it!

sounds like an awesome time! smiles all around :)

Elisa said...

It would be hypocritical of me to judge you, seen as my husband is the one doing the laundry here, and when he's gone I used to sometimes run out of underwear. I ordered more form VS, so it doesn't happen anymore :-)

The birthday sounds like fun! Can't wait to see the movie myself!

Christy said...

Far be it from me to judge ya, honey! Washing sheets are at the bottom of my to do list. I only wash them if they are just super yucky, or I just dont have anything better to do. Yea, Im a slacker. I admit it.

Dana and Daisy said...

no judging here! I mean the worse thing would be if you never took the sheets off to wash. Or like when I first met Steve, he was lettin' his kid sleep with no sheets cause that's the way the boy wanted to sleep. I was like, Oh, no, a boy needs sheets on his bed.

I was all rocking the boat that way! I earned the reputation of a an evil step-mother doing that.

edie+steve said...

You are some birthday celebratin' fools.....I love it. So when is your big day CG? We'll throw you a big pink glittery blog party......I'll even bake mocha cake and video myself eating it! And listen, that girl probably doesn't get that dirty anyhow. Infrequent sheet washers should beware of buying chocolate brown sheets....shows every tiny drool.....from every hour of the night. I speak from experience and quickly switched back to white.
And big hugs for you on your rough morning with BT...it's just 'cause he loves ya so much. And misses Starbucks. Maybe instead of a sippy cup you could bring his juice in a Starbucks mug. Hugs and love to all!

k8mc said...

I wouldn't have even noticed the missing sheets until you mentioned it!

Smart Mouth Broad said...

Happy Birthday, ET!

Becky :) said...

I want to see that movie so bad. I told my son I was going to take him next weekend whether he liked it or not. :-) I don't know if I could go see it by myself. :-)

Marchelle said...

i want to take the boy to see that. we have not ventured into movie theater land yet, and he is 3. i'm afraid. but i think he would like that movie. how did baby twerp do?

p.s. i have a new number for you. the boy came up with it - "eleventeen"