When I was pregnant it was called ‘Placenta Brain’…. now that the baby is on the outside we happily refer to my lack of thinking skills as ‘Nappy Brain’, and I have it bad right now.
Yesterday I found a hair brush in the fridge. I tried to blame it on one of the children, but somewhere, in the technicolour fog that was once my functioning brain, I vaguely recalled putting said brush in a ‘very safe place’ only a few hours earlier… oops.
So I am not sure if this hair brained blogging idea is a result of having no brain to come up with interesting posts, or a result of having no brain to think through the consequences of my actions…. But either way, here’s the thing….
Ask me a question.
Any question you like.
And I’ll blog about it over the next few weeks.
Now I’ve seen this done on some fabulous blogs that I love and I’ve always been tempted to try it, but wary that perhaps no one has any questions to ask me. Perhaps I am too boring, or no one cares or I’ve already blogged way too much about myself and my life and my family and no one will ask a single question and I’ll be left sitting here in blog land all alone listening to the crickets chirping. Or perhaps I’m just all to paranoid for this!?!?
But I’m being stupid… ahem… I mean brave today… so someone help me out and ask me a question. Please.
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what is No 4’s name???
Aunty Sarah says
What’s the most *ahem* badass thing you’ve ever done in your life?
One question? As if.
What do you do when your children tell you they are bored?
What’s your best brain fart? Or placenta brain or whatever.
Yeah Id like to know number 4s name too :-) Also, what is your favourite Parenting book and non parenting book :-)
What if anything do you miss most about life before children? What in your life today wouldn’t you change for the world?
I would like to know how you juggle the outside stuff like veggie patch, the animals, with the inside stuff of the house? I am not a keen gardener but would like to start a veggie patch, but am not sure if I would have the time to make it a goer.
Do you parent the way you thought you would before you had children?
How do you juggle your time online with children and housework? How do you fit it all into your day?