Monday, January 7, 2008

No Experience Needed

Things that will help you with raising your children (or: what to do before you have kids)
1. Learn time management.
2. Take a small monkey to a public place and/or resturant. (this will be similiar to taking 1-3 under 5 year olds, possibly the monkey will eat it's 3.99 entree, but maybe not)
3. Take a road trip with either the same monkey or a nine month pregnant woman (you're going to have to stop 6 bazillion times, so this is good training, for good measure, maybe you should bring along a repeating tape that says...are we there yet? He/She pulled my hair/touched me/ate my snack/ or otherwise invaded my space.)
4. Throw your savings account out your may cry..I understand.
5. Prepare to be amazed my the most giving wonderful creatures you'll ever meet. (That doesn't mean you won't want to kill, maim or sell them to gypsies at some point..again, I understand)

This is all in fun. I love my kids and would do anything for them, but the truth of the truth is..the best things in life are the hardest things.
Welcome to my new hodgepodge blog.
My name is Rhianna..(say it like Re anna..Anna again)
I have three kids under the age of 5, I stay home with them and am an aspiring writer.
Some of my blogs will be about my writing (and my writing struggles, rejection/thanks but..still rejection and even more rejection), some will be about my friends, some will be about my journey with my faith, some will just be plain about my day..So enjoy and invite me to your blog..I'm an avid reader and I love new write to me, recommend to me..I can't wait to hear it. R


Anonymous said...

Hi there its me authormom from myspace. Well, I recommend you read my romance novel Reality Prince which is posted on Blogger...I'll put more stuff up when i catch up on work...
hm a good book for you to read which is already published....maybe Good Grief by Lolly Winston or To Have and To Hold by Jane Green (I listened to that on CD, its the only way I can stay in there and not burn everything)

Kendra Haneline said...

Hey girl! Glad you joined in the blog world. Your post is SO true! You hit the nail on the head with that one. It's always nice to know that someone else is experiencing the same thing as me. See ya next week!

The Gardner Gang said...

Glad you joined the ranks. You are funny. I look foward to more. Hope we can get together soon.