Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Bah . . .

I am in one craptastic mood.

I do not want to decorate my Christmas Tree, I do not want to do laundry I do not want to do anything.

Dustin's behavior has sent me over the edge. I canot get Harrison to remember to turn his homework in. McCartney has started this thing where she grunts and sticks he tongue out when you ask her to do something.

I am tired of oppositional behavior.

I am grumpy.

How's your day?

8 comments:

Accidental Mommy said...

Wish I could cheer you up. But I am in the same mood as you.

I don't want to do a damn thing either but crawl under my covers and disappear.

Instead I have to go pick up the oldest from school.

It will get better, it will get better... lol

Lisa said...

Want me to send my kid up there just to balance things out???? My little darling has. not. shut. up. all. day. long. Jabber jaws has been going strong since 6:30 this morning. I'm sure she'd really help matters....

Hoping everyone, especially Dustin, will get their crap together even if it's just for 15 minutes.

Lock yourself in the bathroom. Pretend you're doing the big job. Sometimes it works here for 5 minutes of peace. ;-)

Jo said...

Better than yours obviously! Hope things improve.

Kvatch said...

Don't want to shop. Don't want other people to shop for me.

BAH-HUMBUG!

Marla said...

Being grumpy sucks. hugs! I hope the week looks up soon. Hang in there.

Torina said...

Embrace your craptastic grumpiness. Wallow in it. Seriously. It will make you feel better. Try this: lay on the floor on your back, where your kids can see you and put the back of your hand on your forehead like you are Scarlet O'Hara, and moan...loudly. Say, "Woe is me." Or better yet, "Bah Humbug!" LOUDLY. Louder! LOUDER! I swear to God it works. I like to do it at least once a month. Plus, it will make your kids laugh and when kids are laughing they aren't being shits for a minute.

Psycho Mom said...

Good for you. We all have our crappy days. At least most of us are better at admitting it!!! barb

judson said...

Grunting and sticking her tongue out? Sounds like possible Tourette Syndrome. Have you had her tested?