Sunday, May 11, 2008

Happy Mother's Day!

To all of my blog-reading mommy friends! Some of you I know in real life, some of you are online friends, all of you are wonderful! I can honestly say that I've learned so much from you. And I admire all of you for the great women and mothers that you are. Have a wonderful day! :o)

And to all of my blog-reading guy friends, be extra-nice to the mothers in your life! Not just today, but every day. :D

7 comments:

kanaboke said...

Hey Mommy Doreen~YOU ROCK TOOOO!!! thanks for the birthday wishes and I'll try to make you some Butter Mochi before you leave...when do you leave again? I'll go back and read your previous blog to find out.

Keith and Nicci said...

Happy Mom's Day to you too, and thanks for your comment on our blog - I'm already feeling a little more reassured about having and loving multiple children - we'll just see if it ever gets past the #2!!!

Doreen said...

Our movers come May 22nd. You better hurry. ;o)

Nicci, you'll do great. Two was easy. Now three, THAT was hard. :p

Kelley said...

You know, it was opposite for us. Two was really hard for us (out first had massive health problems and #2 was a crier), but three was a breeze. I'm a little nervous about 4, though. How has the transition gone for you?

Mimi said...

Thanks! And back at you! <3

tearese said...

doreen- thanks! I was just perusing your archives, hope you don't mind me commenting...
you would have loved the Northwest, so many people agree with your views on things there.
I have some of the books in your baby library too; I love Sears book on breastfeeding..I don't completely agree with everything they advocate, but I'm much more in their camp than in the Ferber group!
Circumcision- I told Joseph that if I was a single parent my boys probably wouldn't get circumcised because I'd read a bunch on it too. But his dad had to get circumcised as a teenager because of an infection, and he didn't want any of his kids having that trauma in their lives. I'm sure you know circumcision rates in North America are around 60 percent, the highest group in the North East. I think the biggest deterent for people to not circumsise is they don't want to have to teach their kids how to take care of cleaning and stuff, as well as the stigma with other boys.
Luckily, there were no problems with Joshua's circ. Anyway.

Doreen said...

Tearese, comment all you want. I love when people actually have something to say. :o)