Me a.k.a meandmeg
Leigh and Meg are sisters with six kids between them. They love laughing, and don’t care if you laugh at them or with them. They started their blog, Me & Meg, because they are excellent bad mothers, and want to brag about it. Additionally, Meg can’t remember anything as she’s always partying and Leigh, well she has a pea size brain and can’t retain much. Meg drives a van which is totally dodgy, while Leigh drives an SUV - so much better. Needless to say when they go out they take Leigh's car. Furthermore, Leigh is very excited to be part of ModernMom.com. She thinks she is that much closer to meeting her DWTS favourite, Maks. Cheers.
meandmeg Author Alias
The sisters behind the blog, www.meandmeg.com, Leigh and Meg are mothers and intrepretive dancers, who have been f*cking up their kids since 2005.
Enlightenment. Don’t you wish that every morning you woke up to the sweet sounds of singing birds (or just silence), where you could spend fifteen, even five minutes looking inward and evaluating your choices? You know, reflecting on how yesterday’s meltdown could have been avoided.
I think we all know a girl or two that got pregnant for the wrong reasons. Women who thought a baby would help re-connect them with their partner, “bring them closer together” and kak like that.
We all start our "careers" in motherhood one way or another. Some prepare, plan, read lots of books and think they are going to have it all mapped out and controlled. Ha, you kids kill me. Others fall into it accidently because they are stupid or irresponsible, like me.
My daughter thinks she is a boy. I realized the chances of her being a tomboy were quite high, what with two older brothers and all. I have absolutely no issue with that, except for where clothing is concerned.
Sales 101. If such a class exists (which I'm most certain it does) I hope a tiny little five-year-old is teaching it. They have the sales gig down.
I was waiting in line the other day at a coffee shop where a nice looking, youngish couple were in front of me. I thought nothing of them until they turned to leave and I was floored by the party favors dangling from the fella's nostrils. The guy had so much nose hair, I was surprised it didn't get stuck in his teeth.
I've spent the week trying to explain to my four year old why I have tattoos. I have two. Sometimes, because they're both so amazing, I have trouble picking which one I like best. But at the end of the day, the tropical fish by my crotch is the winner.
Traditions come in all shapes and sizes. And while some cost money, others are fun and free. Since we celebrate Christmas, below are a few of our favorite creative Christmastime activities: The Holiday Walk
Well, it finally happened. My six-year-old, Jax, has reached an age where he recognizes nonsense; mainly he is getting too old for my sister’s bs. This past weekend, she was doing her passive-aggressive bribery tactic while the kids ate dinner and Jax totally called her on it.
So, I want a new bag. More specifically I would like a tan colored bag that I can wear; lately I have really been wanting to be hands free. After a little shopping around, I think I've found something I like. Now the problem is, how do I get it?
I'm trying desperately to get my third child hooked on the television.
I’ve had ten months to ponder why my third child, my cherubic faced little girl, my last child is such a jerk. Gasp, how could I say that? How could I call my adorable, chubby, babe such a name?
As we make our way into January, I am already struggling with the commitments I made to myself for the upcoming year - but still I felt remiss that I neglected to come up wtih some "Couples Resolutions" for my husband and me.
It's a valid question, especially at this time of year. I'm not evaluating myself until I'm sober. Maybe January second I will take a look at what I am doing where wine is concerned. Meg and I have been tossing around not drinking at all in January. I'm already afraid. That's a lot days.
Here are some guidelines that we adhere to throughout the holiday season: 1. Do wear holiday gear. 2. Do something in the name of altruism, at least once. 3. Homemade gifts are for suckers - unless you have some sort of super talent.
The sisters behind the blog, www.meandmeg.com, Leigh and Meg are mothers and intrepretive dancers, who have been f*cking up their kids since 2005. "I want to be a mom and do nothing!"