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Mary Jo Johnson
Attended Breckinridge County High School
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  • Breckinridge County High School
  • Western Kentucky University
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Recovering bookseller. SAHMama. Pretend runner. Wanna-be gourmet chef, famous writer, and stand up comedian. Catwoman in disguise.
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Recovering bookseller. SAHMama. Pretend runner. Wanna-be gourmet chef, famous writer, and stand up comedian. Catwoman in disguise.   http://www.154hiddencourt.com
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Someone told me once that boys are harder when they're little and get easier as they get older, and girls are vice versa.  As the mom of boys, I cling to that hope like a drowning woman clings to a life raft. Because seriously? I'm drowning over here.  
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I would be inclined to believe that. Let's hope it's true, because I'm right there with you!!
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I only have two boys, and the bathroom situation is usually at condition critical here.  I clean it OFTEN but the smell of little boy funk and pee has permeated the very... essence of the bathroom. Boys ARE gross. 
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I'm scared of when Corbin learns to use the toilet. FOUR BOYS peeing in ONE TOILET. I'll never have time to do anything but scrub it!
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As a boy mom, I so, so feel your pain.  Any minute of peace equals a 500% increase in time spent cleaning up.  I wonder all the time where they come up with the idea to say, see how many bandaids they can open in 1 minute, or how many pieces of gum will fit in one's mouth AT A TIME.  Also, invariably when I tell them to amuse themselves, the toy they JUST HAVE to play with needs batteries. Always.   August can't come soon enough.  Solidarity in boy-momness! We can make it! 
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Word! Peace always has a price. It's either get zero time to think or spend an extra hour cleaning something up. Neither one is all that great an option, is it?!
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