Mom Moments

This post is brought to you by utter silliness–I hope you can handle it.

If there is one Universal truth about being a mother, I think it’s that having children helps keep you grounded. I mean, you can be Beyonce, and Blue Ivy is still going to vomit on you. And not apologize.

Last week I was reminded of this for about the one zillionth time.

You see, the boys and I were headed out for some fast food breakfast when THE BEST song came on. So like any cool chick, I cranked up the tunes as we cruised to our destination.

paint in the van

I pulled up to the drive through feeling the epitome of cool.

paint cool close up

The helpful Drive Thru guy said “my pleasure” a lot and offered me condiments.

paint earnest drive thru guy

And right as I hand over my credit card I realize that there is an Unidentified Substance on my shirt that may or may not be human excrement.

Paint shirt spot

There’s only one way to know for sure, so I attempt a Super Secret Sniff Maneuver.

paint shirt sniffing

The only problem is that the exact moment that lean over and sniff my own shirt, Mr. Drive Thru comes back and catches me acting like a complete weirdo.

paint drive thru guy

Paint shirt nervous smile

And suddenly I realize that may not be *quite* as cool as I feel in my own head.

paint what you really look like

Luckily, my entourage quickly distracted me from those kinds of thoughts.

paint screaming children

And on we went. Cool as ever.

paint in the van

I make this look good.

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Comments

  1. That’s totally awesome. As are your illustrations! πŸ˜€

  2. a child’s book about an adult: what a concept!

  3. Great post, Katy! πŸ˜‰ Y’all are definitely the coolest!

  4. hahahahaha
    love your illustrations