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Thank you to everyone who responded to my pos


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post yesterday. You gave me excellent advice. Expeically the one about teaching them quietly during a moment on the floor. Know when to leave early re naps and lunch schedules(Our girls are very regimented)
Daddy is a big helptoo. He is like my right hand man when it comes to doing anything or going anywhere.
I guess I was just in a bad mood yesterday. Looking back now, after sleeping off this awful headcold, i am able to think clearly. My husband even told me that i was just as beautiful as any of those movie stars out there today, Alyssa MIlano, Denise Richards , to name a few. That did wonders for my self esteem.
The little girls are fine when they're with me alone, because I take all the quiet time I can get with them. Its's when you throw Daddy and roughhousing in the mix is when all heck breaks lose!


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I'm so glad to hear you sounding more a "peace" today! <!--lovestruck--> This is an especially trying time for families. I KNOW what you mean about the rough housing... LOL My kids are teenagers and they still "rough-house" with Daddy! It gets crazy but they love it (so does he). ;)
Take care twinmommy... :)


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I'm glad that you are feeling better. I know from experience that the day you have with your children, good or bad, affects how you feel about yourself. You have to separate those feelings and know that if you are the best mommy you can be, you are a good mommy. We all have those peaceful days and we all have those unsettled days. It's all the norm when you have kids, especially twins.