Hormonal mum is here again,
She always screams and shouts.
Her kids are nothing but a pain,
Her head is filled with doubts.
She's ever such a grumpy mum
Who cannot stand the noise
Of trains, guitars, a bongo drum
And other favourite toys.
Although on any other day
She loves to have a hug,
Today she thinks "Just go away!"
And dodges with a shrug.
She's sick of always picking up
The same damn piles of stuff;
Like cars and dolls, an empty cup,
And Lego, crumbs and fluff.
Tomorrow she will be all right
And in a better mood.
So until then, she'll say "Good-night!"
(And raid the fridge for food).
Can you relate? How do you cope on those days when you just want to be left alone?
I'm very pleased to announce the winners of the PG babywearing competition!
* a Moby wrap (very kindly donated by Scarecrow Farm) - Trishy
* a $20 Unido voucher - Tory Tucker
* a $20 Adventure Kids voucher - Totara
We'll be in touch soon.