for tomorrow we will be
my kids have colds.
i am ignoring the issue.
the show must go on.
and i thought about wiping the cart down after their sick little germs touched everything.
but then i forgot.
i wonder if the "thought counts" in this situation?
about halfway through the store,
the show was over.
but i still had half of the list to get through.
and half a cart already full.
then it hit.
the moment where we had to just plow through,
despite the train wreck that would ensue.
and i only had to carry one out on my hip.
my friend keri has the funniest analogy about this:
"being in the grocery store with a toddler is like being pregnant.
you don't think it is really going to be that bad.
b/c you forget how awful it is until you're in it,
and then there's just no getting out of it until it's over."
not that the entire thing is awful.
there's just that moment.
you know the moment.
where the only thing you want to do is flee.
now i go with two toddlers.
and definitely want to be pregnant again at some point in my life.
it's can't be THAT bad;)