Turning Into a Housewife

So I’m sitting here surfing/writing/reading/napping and there are all of these crazy shows about having babies on TLC that document parents’ first few days at home with their babies.

Either our kid is really easy, we are really laid back and easy going, or both. These people stress over the slightest little things, get rattled by everything else, and are constantly whining about their precious sleep. Haha! You crybabies don’t deserve to sleep from what I can tell!

Anyway, while I’m having fun not being at work, I don’t see how some people (I assume mostly women based on the commercials) could stand to sit and watch stuff like that day in and day out. Luckily I have plenty of other things to keep me busy.

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6 Replies to “Turning Into a Housewife”

  1. It’s okay. I’m a glutton for punishment.

    Besides, these shows were about the first few days exclusively, and these people are already frantic.

  2. Yeah, I mean, I expect that kids are going to have some rough nights/weeks/months here and there. I was just surprised at how easily their parents got rattled.

    I mean, c’mon…you are thirty years old. Your kid is zero. Let’s keep things in perspective!

  3. True… and I could just be blessed with pissy kids… However I did find that my second (boy) was a hell of a lot easier than my first (girl). Coincidence?

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