>> Friday, September 4, 2009
thanks to mama m. a new thing to have fun with today...5 question friday!
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September 4th Questions:
1. The clothing outfit you remember from childhood and why?
my most memorable childhood outfit was the outfit i wore on the first day of high school. the brand was club coconut grove. it was a little flared mini skirt with green and white stripes and a matching green tee. it was fun, funky and cute! and i was the only one i ever saw wearing this outfit except for when my friend krissy borrowed it. i still have the outfit! packed away in a box of memories.
2. When you were little, what did you want to be when you grew up?
the first thing i wanted to be was a sister! not a nun. just a plain old sister. oh how i wanted a sibling. (i still do)! that probably doesn't count does it? i really wanted to be a mommy. and an author just like judy blume!
3. What is your must have for Fall?
if i could have anything for fall my must have would actually be fall weather~we don't get much of that in florida. the two things that we must have though are: brach's candy corn (no other brand will do) and i must change out our closets to add fall clothes. even though the temperature is still quite warm i try to add as many "fallish" items i can which usually means anything that is not shorts and a tank top.
4. If money were no object, how many kiddos would you really have?
a houseful! seriously the first thing we'd do is buy a larger house and have jack (my stepson) come and live with us and the girls. and then i would want to have another baby definitely. so that's 4. i'm not done though, because i really think our hearts would have room to adopt as well. that would leave us on an odd number so we'd have to add another to the mix somehow...so 6!
5. The best part of your birthing story (other than the beautiful child at the end).
well i have had 2 babies and i would say that the best part of both was the same...in both cases things were getting really tough and i didn't think i could hold out for hours and hours longer without some sort of pain control. just when i didn't think i could take anymore in either labor the nurse discovered that i was actually ready to deliver! and that was completely reinvigorating! so the best part was then letting them come on out and join us while being completely free of pain meds or an epidural. of course the best moment was meeting each girl for the first time...but the relief and accomplishment i felt doing it all on my own was awesome!