Friday, February 27, 2009
Posted by Things Moms Like at 9:10 AM
Thursday, February 26, 2009
OMH this was funny! I actually just bought the soundtrack because there were a few songs I'd been looking for and they only had them there and album only on iTunes (shaking my fist at iTunes).
I am a big Seth Rogen fan and have loved MOST of the movies I've seen him in, and this was no exception.
I loved Justin Long in it, too, although he had a small part.
Elizabeth Banks is becoming one of my favorite actresses, too.
Funny funny funny. Rude, but funny.
Posted by Things Moms Like at 10:38 AM
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Man donated sperm 3 times, believes he may be octuplets' dad
Especially interesting that she dated him for 3 years but he now believes she was married at the time. I wonder if he knew she was married. Either way, ew. Also find it interesting that she allegedly told him she had cancer and that's why she couldn't conceive.
I bet this dude was not smart enough to make sure his ass was covered in case this loon wanted to come after him for child support.
I could tell that he wasn't off the hook when a few weeks ago in her interview with Dateline she said something like that she would hope that their sperm donor would want to be involved in their lives. I could see right then that even if he WANTED to have nothing to do that she was going to go after him for mooolah.
Posted by Things Moms Like at 1:26 PM
Friday, February 20, 2009
OctoMom's Million Dollar Crib!?
Posted Feb 19th 2009 3:20PM by TMZ Staff
UPDATE: 4:54 ET PM. We just called back our contact at Century 21, the agency that has listed the house. They claim Nadya is indeed an interested buyer. But here's the rub. We're told a big TV show has the house for the day and is there doing a sit-down interview with Nadya....
UNBELIEVABLE!!! We've confirmed OctoMom Nadya Suleman is looking to buy a home listed for $1.24 MILLION!
Octo is there right now ... the house is in Whittier, California. It has 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms and a pool with no safety gates. Perfect for 14 kids.
A real estate source tells TMZ the owner canceled showings today specifically because Octo wanted to see it. She needs it because the house she's living in now may be on its way to the auction block -- as in foreclosure.
How is she getting the money? Put it this way -- this chick works the media better than Obama.
Posted by Things Moms Like at 8:25 PM
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Oh really? LOL
Hoping to set an example for others with her own experience, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's daughter, Bristol Palin, would now like to become an advocate for preventing teen pregnancy.
"Everyone should wait 10 years," the younger Palin told Greta Van Susteren on a FOX News segment that aired Monday night. "I hope people learn from my story … It's so much easier if you're married, have a house and career. It's not a situation you want to strive for."
Palin, 18, also said in the interview – her first since the teen /people/article/0,,20222767,00.html "made headlines"] last summer during Sarah Palin's GOP vice-presidential campaign – that her mother's view of abstinence, especially in regard to teenagers, is "not realistic at all."
Posted by Things Moms Like at 9:18 AM
Monday, February 16, 2009
Posted by Things Moms Like at 4:40 PM
Friday, February 13, 2009
Posted by Things Moms Like at 8:48 AM
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
I've been really good on my diet, but the kids wanted a Sonic dessert and since I've been so good, I thought a jr. banana split would be okay AND was within my calorie allowance for today.
Well...I am certain that I am being punished. The diet gods are pissed. I rolled down my window to order at the same time it started to POUR rain and then my window wouldn't go back up. Like it still won't.
Luckily, I JUST bought a new shower curtain liner yesterday and that is currently stuck to the outside of my driver's side window while DH is out getting a car cover ($50) so that I can take it in tomorrow and throw $200 or so bucks (wait for it) OUT THE WINDOW.
The good thing is that it's been a warm couple of days so I didn't freeze my ass off on the way home. It's gonna be a looong ride to school tomorrow am.
Posted by Things Moms Like at 8:24 PM
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
My DD's school does an 8th grade NYC trip every spring. It was $700 and we just paid the last payment. Parents are welcome to chaperone, but there's no way that I can go considering that I have 6 yo DS and on top of that, it would have been another $700 for me to go and I would have been riding the bus up to NYC with the kids. Not sure my nerves could take it. All in all, it just was better for me to stay home. There are other parents going, although everyone that I see on the list are moms that I don't think I'd be able to have dinner with let alone room with. BUT, I also see them as the moms that are super-involved and I am feeling a little bit bad that I am not going because I feel like I will be judged on letting her go without me, although after she finishes this year, I don't think I'll see any of them again (fingers crossed).
It doesn't matter as much to me what they think as it does that I am letting my little girl go to NYC without me. The have a TIGHT itinerary and literally no downtime. Still....
Posted by Things Moms Like at 4:50 PM