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Funny, sweet and practical all in one - good job!

The first and last lines:

"If there is one thing that I’ve learned from the Internet it’s that good mothers write letters to their babies."


"This doesn’t mean we’re not patriotic. It just means that we’d rather spend our money on wine."

Were my favorites. Too funny.


This was awesome. I did write a letter to my son and I think it was the only thing I filled out in this baby book.

I have a similar problem with sippy cups, but there is no slit on out TV that will fit one, maybe I should check the heater. That never dawned on me. Thanks for the tip. ;) He probably threw it in the trash, behind the couch or who knows. I seem to only find them when they can be detected by smell.


Haha, this is a good one. Definitely the best Flag Day letter I've read yet...


I literally laughed out loud, so thank you so much for that. This post was one of my favorites!


this made me giggle. =)

happy tornado tuesday.


I don't think I've ever written a letter to you or your brother...Happy Flag Day, one day late.


Cindy @ This Adventure, Our Life

This is definitely funny!!This doesn’t mean we’re not patriotic. It just means that we’d rather spend our money on wine.
--Love this line, totally agree :)


Don't worry, the only letters I've written to my fetus were to beg her to cooperate during an ultrasound, and then when she didn't, I wrote one to tell her she's grounded. I'm going to be an amazing mother.


I haven't written any letters to my son...Um, I didn't know I was supposed to?

Stopping by from The Lady Bloggers Society tea party to say hi!

Kristin @ Ellie-Town

This is awesome. I also think it is wise to invest in wine instead of flags. ;)

Happy SITS Saturday Sharefest! I'm following now. :)

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