Too often as a mom, the fight instinct takes hold here and I just can’t help, but feel a meltdown coming on from either myself or my kids.
Like the time that my oldest wrote her name with perfect penmanship on our white, painted walls.
Of the time, that my younger daughter bawled her eyes out over Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer postal stamps thinking they were kid’s tattoos I was hoarding all for myself.
Even better, the time my husband decided to cheat on me during a game of Trivia crack.
Still even yesterday, when I was trying to find the match to one of my girl’s socks that just plain seemed to disappear from the laundry into the washing machine. I mean really, what is up with socks that seem to fall in the black hole of lost and missing socks when I do laundry. Seriously, it never fails!
The above are just some instance of meltdowns that have occurred in my house in the last few months by myself, my kids and even my husband, too with some picture evidence added for good measure.
Now its your turn!
See the ladies (myself included) of The Mother Of All Meltdowns are asking all to tweet using the hashtag #MyMotherOfAllMeltdowns or share on our Facebook page your own meltdown photos for a chance to win a Keurig 2.0 now through April 30th.
Photos can be of actual meltdowns (kids’ or adults’), what makes moms meltdown (i.e. a science project); the aftermath of a meltdown (i.e broken wine glass), what calms the meltdown (i.e. FULL wine glass!).
*The winner will be announced on May 8th.
Trust me when I tell you that that my own Keurig, which makes a great cup of Joe has indeed helped to fight the urge when I do indeed feel a meltdown coming on for me.
Good luck to all that enter and can’t wait to see all the meltdown worthy photos now!
This post was written for the One Word Blog Linkup that is hosted by Lisa of The Golden Spoons (who is off this week on vacation), Marcia of Blogitudes and yours truly, too.
The words for this week are: Yesterday or Fight; Please feel free to linkup and join us this week.
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