Tuesday, July 11, 2006

maybe we should get more life insurance

Every time smart daddy-o goes away on business - I realize I could never survive on my own, not with 2 little kids, seriously i don't knwo how people do it. The other day as I swept the crumbs off the kitchen floor for the millionth odd time my deep thought was--

Maybe we should get more life insurance because in the event of a tragedy a top notch cleaning lady or very skilled domestic housekeeper would definitely be a top priority-

I truely hope nothing every happens to smart daddy-o A. because i love him and b. because i don't have any replacements lined up

(yes you moms of many are probably laughing because i only have 2 kids) Oh the random thoughts that pop into my head in a day...

6 comments:

Gabriela said...

I hear ya. I have been away from Guapo for nearly two weeks now and I am about to go nuts as a single mom. I don't know how people do it. I am such a grouch by the end of the day I feel bad for my kids. 3 more days and we'll finally be together! Yay!

Julie said...

I'm not laughing at all because I've had the same thought! I've tried instructing DH on how to do the chores around the house the way I want them done in the house they live in. He, um...ignores me because, he says, I'm not going to die for a long, long time. BUT in the case that I do - I want a GOOD nanny and a GREAT housekeeper. :)

Valarie said...

oh, a housekeeper if he dies. I hadn't thought of that. I think we need to reconsider our policies as well.

Mama Darlin' said...

Never thought of a housekeeper for me!! Brilliant.

Sabra said...

omgosh! i've been thinking the same thoughts all day. and my dh isn't even out of town. he's just in school. all day i've been wondering how on earth my mom did it. 5 kids, my dad left her when the oldest was 18, youngest 6. how did she do it? anyway, hope your dh lives a long time :)

ShelahBooksIt said...

The other day Eddie came home LATE from work. As in really, really late. I had been trying to call him since, oh, about noon. He wasn't answering his cell phone either. By the time he got home (he had a long, complicated case at the hospital), I had all of these thoughts running through my head about what I'd need to do to cope as a single mom. Yikes-- I don't think I could handle it! But if I'm the one who dies, man oh man, we'd need twice the life insurance he has out on himself to replace me!