So this is what I get?

You know what’s hard?

Checking out cute guys in kilts.

When you’re pregnant.

When you’re holding the hand of a two year old.

When you run by later trying not to pee your pants while cursing the recreation department for putting the bathrooms so far from the playground.

You know what’s hard?

Trying not to flirt with the incredible cute cashier with a British accent.

When you’re pregnant.

When you have a four year old and two year old dancing around you and trying to pull out the moving counter for wheel chair check writers.

When your husband is waiting at the end of the line for you.

Someone is mocking me.

11 Responses to “So this is what I get?”

  1. ck Says:

    I guess checking out guys in kilts would be hard to do…WITHOUT LAUGHING.

    And, if I remember correctly, laughing that hard (while super pregnant) would probably produce unintentional peeing on oneself. Given how far away you were from the bathroom…that would be really bad.

    I’m not mocking, I swear. Simply observing.

  2. Coco Says:

    That’s why I always wore black pants when I was heavily pregnant!

    Also, guys in kilts = RAWR.

  3. beth aka confusedhomemaker Says:

    Wait you pee more when you were pregnant? Now that explains a lot of things for me 😉 Hardee, har, har.

    And I agree with the cute guys in kilts. I am still bummed that a Bride Hubby was in vetoed the kilts for groomsmen that the Groom wanted. Because he would have rocked it.

  4. Fie Upon This Quiet Life Says:

    Ha! hahahaaaaa… Love it. You know, I was so glad that after my second baby I didn’t go through that weird “oh no! I’m a mommy; therefore, I can’t be sexual” phase again. What a relief. After the first child, I was so creeped out by being a mom who had sexual feelings that I almost couldn’t stand sex. But I forced myself to power through it until I finally started to get back that part of myself. So glad it came back!

    There’s a guy who works at the drive-thru coffee place nearby, and he looks a lot like Tyler Lautner (aka Jacob in the Twilight movies). Every time I go there and he waits on me, I leave a tip. He’s just sooooooo cute and sooooooo nice, and he makes one damn fine cup of coffee, or mocha, or whatever I’m having that day. Yum, yum, and yum.

    But yeah, it’s hard to flirt when you’ve got two kids in the back seat, one of whom is screaming, “I want chocolate milk!!” haha!

  5. TheKitchenWitch Says:

    Yes, you are right. There’s some kind of tomfoolery afoot…men in kilts?

  6. Ink Says:

    Kilts, British accents…Fae, did you move across the ocean?

  7. faemom Says:

    ck~ Maybe I should clarify that it was cute, young men. Any other kind would be laughable.
    Coco~ I’m glad someone agrees with me.
    beth~ I bet he would have!
    FUTQL~ I think you gave me an idea for another post on sexuality and motherhood. And that must be so HARD to flirt with two in the backseat. Sucks.
    TKW~ It was some sort of bocce ball tournament at the park. And that was their team uniform. I didn’t even know they had bocce ball tournaments.
    Ink~ Apparently I didn’t have to move; the British Isles came to me.

  8. unabridgedgirl Says:

    This made me giggle!

  9. Brae Says:

    Oh yes. I hear you. Mmm hmmm. guys in kilts and guys with accents really do it for me. Good thing DH wears a kilt occasionally, and can do a very very convincing british accent.

  10. joz1234 Says:

    It’s not just a pregnant thing either. I always feel funny about flirting if my kids are around…or if I’m in my car/van (carseats are giveaways)

    And then you also have to wonder about those men who try to flirt with you while you are in your minivan with 2 kids. What’s that all about?

    This was a funny post (haha, I’m laughing WITH you.)
    🙂

  11. faemom Says:

    unabridgedgirl~ I’m glad I could brighten your day.
    Brae~ Boy, you lucked out. Mine has short stubby legs and sends me into giggling fits when he tries to do accents.
    joz~ As long as turn about is fair play with you laughing WITH me.


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