I will continue to celebrate motherhood. So if breasts, birth, dilation and mother's milk makes you uncomfortable please consider yourself warned.
Follow at your own risk. You'll find the follow button at the bottom of the side bar.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Color Coding Children

I have decided children should be color coded by level of difficulty. That way the next time my child throws a tantrum in public I can push through with the same pride and tenacity of a skier tackling a black diamond. I will look at the glaring fellow moms and their little bunny slope children and shrug, "I love a challenge". It's like finishing of a boxed mix cake with canned icing versus struggling over a five tiered wedding cake from scratch. Shouldn't level of difficulty count for something?
I would love to go over my color coding system in great detail but it is a patent pending design so I better keep it hush hush. ;)


No Longer 25 said...

Happy Tuesday, stopping over from SITS to say hello.

Good luck with the colour coding! I'm sure that would come in handy in nurseries and schools too!

heather@actingbalanced.com said...

Let me know when you get the patent... I would love to get in on the ground floor :)

Stopping by from SITS

Krystyn @ Really, Are You Serious? said...

Hmm...I think both of my girls would have their level red moments.

Andrea said...

Hope you have an awesome week!

♥ Kathy said...

LOL I think red should be for the most difficult...all of mine would have been red!

Minivan Lover said...

Interesting concept- tell me more. :)