I could have nice things. Those plates at Home Goods were cute. I bet they break in a lovely pattern when my 16 month old drops them.
I could schedule baths and bedtimes like I can schedule Tweets on Hootsuite.
I could walk through my house without shoes on. Right now I'm attacked by HotWheels cars but I assume my children will move on to Army men and Legos any day now.
I could see a schedule of when my children will do X. A crystal ball or magic calendar indicating when the toddler will be fully potty trained would help me maintain my patience some days ("Only 3 more months and two more days..").
All adults had the experience of taking a tired toddler to the grocery store. I bet it would cut down on the ugly stares you sometimes get when the three year old cries uncontrollably because we switched aisles.
The parenting books called the ages of 3 and 4 "The Dr Jekyl and Mr Hyde Days." You never know who you're going to get.
I wish the cleaning fairy was real. I mean come on, don't torture us with fairy tales. Why hasn't someone started a business called The Cleaning Fairies?!
|Liz and the CuddleBugs|
What do you wish for (funny or not)?