Wednesday, July 21, 2010

BlogHer $100 Question: What's Your Craziest Mommy Brain Moment?


I make it no secret to anyone that I suffer from Mommy Brain/Momnesia every now and then on a semi-regular basis. Okay, who am I kidding? I suffer from it every day.

As an English teacher, I pride myself on being a grammar guru. This said, I've gone from Grammar Queen to Don't-Know-How-To-Spell-Easy-Words girl. It is so frustrating!

It appears that there's a correlation between the busier and more active my little one gets and the less hours of sleep I get. This is directly responsible for my Momnesia. At least I like to tell myself that! Even the most obvious things don't seem so obvious anymore! My friends and family get a good laugh at my Mommy mishaps.

I get so unbelievably forgetful and absentminded and it really frustrates me. I'm not sure if I can name my craziest Mommy Brain Moment...because there are too many of them! Oh, alright! I guess THIS would have to be my craziest Mommy Brain Moment!!!

Can you answer the BlogHer $100 Question? What's YOUR craziest Mommy Brain moment?

6 comments:

Crystal said...

Forgetting my groceries at the store is up there with paying $1700 to hydro instead of $170.

Totally mommy brain x 3!

C said...

Crystal:
Oh my gosh!!! Yikes! I've had some pretty crazy mommy moments too! That *is* mommy brain x 3 though! :)

I have to admit that my daughter is 20 months old and I STILL experience mommy brain! LOL! In fact, I think it's worse NOW! ;p

Dragonfly said...

LOL! Your not out of the woods yet C! my kids are 10, 8 and 6 and I still have Mommy Brain!!! The other day I put my car keys in the freezer! tool me 4 days to find them! Good thing I didn't out the Ice Cream in my purse! altough it wouldn't surprise me!!!!!
Tata for now!

C said...

Dragonfly:
HAHA! That is tooooooooo funny! I've done similar things...Like put the roast in the freezer and the milk in the microwave. ACK! LOL!

When are you and the kids coming for a visit??? XOXO

Stephen said...

Me: "You're tired and in a bad mood."

E: "I'm not in a bad mood! I'm tired and in a good mood trying to explain to you why I'm in a bad mood."

C said...

Stephen: HAHAHA! Oh, I think THAT deserves the $100 prize!

Oh, and the fact that you even dared to tell a pregnant woman that she's tired and in a bad mood...Very ballsy, my friend! LOL! :) Miss you guys!! Got something for your mini muffin and will mail it to you ASAP. XOXOX

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