Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Songs of Motherhood

So I received links to both of these videos from a few friends of mine and decided to post them here. I think all of us who are mothers can definitely relate and get a good chuckle out of this.

I watched these videos yesterday morning. Shortly after watching them I started my work out in my pajamas, a work out consisting of jogging/dancing with my little boy (it is the only way it gets done). Then mid work-out and still jogging I poured some milk into a sippy cup and trying to speed the process up I held the refrigerator door open with my foot and slid the milk in and handed the cup to my little boy. Then continuing on doing a punch here and a jumping jack there I eventually ended up on the floor doing leg raises all the while flipping over the letters that belonged to a puzzle my little boy was working on. While in the middle of doing all of this the songs popped back into my head and I chuckled - Oh the multi-tasking of a mother...do we really even need to work out? Sometimes I don't think so.

Hope you enjoy these funny and relatable songs by Hillary Weeks:



6 comments:

Untypically Jia said...

Oh wow, I'm not a Mom yet, but those just cracked me up! I have to share with everyone I know!

Becoming LDS said...

I got a good chuckle out of them myself. Mostly because it so so true. :) I only have one and can't imagine everything being kicked up ten notches with lots of little munchkins running around. It'll be interesting to experience one day, but fun.

Laurie said...

That's hilarious!! The first video didn't work for me, but the second one was GOOD!

pam said...

I seen that a while ago, there is another one I can think who sings about Mom, but its kind of funny. Hope you don't mind me sneaking into your site, I have enjoyed peeking.

Laurie said...

Yea! The first one worked. Hilarious and SO true!! :D

Janis said...

Loved the song. Sometimes I wonder myself where the day goes, but by time you finish all the little stuff, the day is spent. What a blessing though. I wouldn't trade it for anything.