Thursday, August 16, 2007

Being single dad is hard!

Just Kidding, it's EASY! Well, easy might not be the right word, but I'm happy to report we'd survive if anything bad ever happened and I had to be a single dad. Assuming of course that I would have a maid, a personal chef, and a landscaper. Then we'd survive. And Kenslee would be a poorly dressed, poorly mannered little girl with bad hair. But, we'd survive!

5 comments:

Genevieve said...

haha that's how i'd be if i were a mom. i'd need a maid and a chef. i'd probably live in an apt so no landscaper would be necessary. wait. maybe i'd live in filth because i'd be paranoid the maid would be stealing my stuff.

looking down at the last post- my goodness. i just can't get over how adorable kenslee is. ^_^

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Oh great One said...

Oh to have a maid and a gardener.....

Leezer said...

Timathon:
Are you like my husband? When I'm gone or sick in bed, I arrive back to my house and nothing has been done - no dishes, no laundry, no folding, no mail opened, and the place looks like a hurricane hit it. When I ask why nothing was done, he looks at me all innocent and says "I was doing something! I was taking care of the kids!" He really should pray I don't get hit by a bus. He'd be so screwed.

Think Frustrated said...

Leezer - I don't know if Tim's like that, but that's me. That's why I said that being an at-home Mom is easy...because I don't do anything else. At all. It's not that I don't know how to do it, but I'm so wrapped up in having fun, I don't think about other stuff. For example, even when my wife is home, and my daughter and I go upstairs to play in our playroom (my guitar practice space/computer room/library/Beatles memorbilia repository/kid's playroom), we'll come back downstairs, and I will never even think to clean up all the toys that we were playing with.