Now that I'm a Mom:
Something fabulous happens every morning within minutes of getting out of bed.
I have a favorite cartoon.
When I'm on my cell phone with another mom and the call gets dropped I don't think it's weird that we don't call each other back.
I have to leave town to get a day off.
I determine how clean the house is based on the level of sticky.
I have totally adjusted my ideal body type.
I have deep love for the McDonalds Play Place.
Friday night means getting to go to bed kinda early. Saturday morning means getting up the same time as always.
I have entire playlists that consist of Radio Disney songs.
I listen to them.
I eat peanut butter on a lot of weird stuff.
I have developed germ phobias.
I still don't like everyone elses' kids all the time.
My kids' poop isn't usually that gross. But vomit is ALWAYS gross.
I love Dancing with the Stars because of the dancing that occurs in my living room. Ditto American Idol and the singing.
I get homesick.
I never buy myself new clothes.
I can understand other people's 18 months olds' chatter.
Kissing on TV makes me uncomfortable.
Talking about body parts in a very frank way doesn't.
I feel like I need to reconnect with church.
I love contruction paper + glue + beans.
I take my kids to places where kids don't usually go and don't give a rip if it pisses people off.
I spend a lot of time in places that gownups don't usually like.
I understand unconditional love.