Thursday, June 4, 2009


Dear Blog,

Another one of my friends is preggy! Because my friend is so high profile and likes to protect her privacy I'm not going to give her a public shout out cause that is so not her style. Instead, I will give you a hint. She lives in Charlotte, she's a lawyer...and she's tall. There. If you get it, then give her a shout out! Being pregnant is exciting and fun!! I can't wait to meet their little baby!

Now, on to the next burning question I'm sure will come, (and in typical Alison fashion I'm bringing it back to me.) Are Aaron and I feeling like bringing little AliRon's into creation anytime soon? The answer is still a resounding noooooooooo. I don't know why folks, but Aaron and I still aren't ready for kids. And until we're 100% ready then that day is still far in the future. I'm not worried about being an old parent. I mean, if Halle Berry can have a baby at 40 and still look bangin', then so can I. And yes, I just compared myself to Halle Berry.

The other day I was talking to my bff Spurge via google chat and telling him about all of my friends being preggy and/or having kids and the following conversation ensued. We were talking about whether or not I would stay home with my kids or not and I'm about 99% sure that I won't. I mean, once I have the little sucker I might change my mind. I'm just sayin'. So, anyway on to the convo:

like, if my kids are anything like i was
i do NOT want to be at home with them all day

me: LOL
kids can be annoying
aaron and i decided if we have one
we're just having ONE

Spurgeon: let somebody else handle that shiz - i'll read 'em a story

me: and then i'm getting plastic surge

Spurgeon: nah - y'all should have two
that way, they can keep each other occupied and you don't have to play with them all the time
otherwise, you end up with a crazy kid that talks to himself and eats dirt


Spurgeon: or one that's all up in your shiz 24/7

Every time I read that conversation I laugh. Especially about having a crazy kid that talks to himself and eating dirt. I don't know, is it just me? I was laughing so hard that my stomach hurt, I was glad that no one could hear me because then I would be the crazy one.

Aaaaaaanyway, the point of this whole blog was to congratulate my friend and her hubby on the upcoming arrival of their baaaaaaaaaaaby!!!!!



spurth control said...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHA! My cousin just told me she's pregnant with her third child! We're like a year or two apart - I cannot even begin to think of myself in a parent context. 20's are for me. 30's for my money. 40's for child rearing. (i.e. - i will have the money to pay someone to rear my child.)

But - when y'all do have lil' spalirons, I can't wait to be their favorite uncle spu! I'll buy them things and teach them to curse and flirt. It'll be great.

Mama-to-be said...

Awww, thanks for the shout-out! Notice I don't comment on your blog for months until you mention me. :)

Your g-chat convo with Spurge had me cracking up.

P.S. Isn't it about time for a slip-n-slide par-tay?

Connor Family Blog said...

Haha, y'all crack me up. I promise you that you'll change your perceptions of kids when you have your own. It's weird...all kids in the world are annoying until you have your own. Well, the other kids are still annoying. I mean, of course, there are times when your own are annoying...but for the most part, you find a whole new appreciation and love for another person. You'll be soooo surpriseD!!

Colizzle Fo'ty Fizzle (Baby Daddy) said...


Donna said...

I will be the coast to coast Moo-Nanny in Seattle and NY for Spurge. I will need to teach both of your children my southern drawl so y'all don't forget your roots!! (Was Spurge talking about your Dad when he referred to having just one child?!)xo

Anonymous said...

All your birthin' friends need this as a baby gift...
You can thank me later.

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