I’m One Bad Mamma Jamma

Happy Wednesday, pals!

You’ll actually have to travel to get to my post today, but I promise it’s easy AND worth it. The mah-velous Meredith, whose writing is featured in I Just Want to Pee Alone (YAY Meredith!!!), is hosting a series called I’m a Mom of the Year and my post is up today. All you have to do is click HERE to read it!

BUT WAIT! Before you go, I wanted to invite you to be a part of MY new series: Oversharing: I Ain’t Scarrred. If you’ve been reading my crazy for a while, you know all about my penchant for oversharing. If you’re new here (WELCOME!), you can catch up and learn more than you ever cared to:

Skyping whilst on the toilet

My dad had crabs but not really

My toddler overshared for me

I said the “C” word at a school assembly

My kid crapped in some napkins

Because so many of you have expressed interest in being a part of the fun, so I present to you:

Oversharing_Invitation

The goal is laughter and the limits are few, so I hope you’ll consider joining the ranks of my crazy and submitting your story.

Caution: this series is Rated R mostly because it’s REALLY awesome, but it also contains some-may-find-offensive language and scenarios. I won’t edit you to death, but please know that I will not accept anything along the lines of racist, sexist, homophobic, etc. Bigotry ain’t cool, ya’ll.

So, whaddya say?! Wanna play with me? Okay, I realize how that sounds. Let’s move on…

If you’re game, send your Oversharing to whencrazymeetsexhaustion{at}gmail{dot}com and let’s get this ball rolling?

Do you love all of the sports imagery I just created for you? You’re welcome.




Comments

  1. Meredith says:

    Steph, thanks so much for your post over at my place today–it is so great! And now I’m off to think of something I can get busy oversharing on!

  2. Dani Ryan says:

    I’m heading over to read your post now, and will definitely overshare on your site! Just have to kick this cold out of our house and figure out how to get my child to nap again. :/

    • Take your time, Mama! A germ-free house is more important than humiliated yourself in the name of humor ;)

      P.S. I know it’s “bad,” but we said screw it to the cool-mist humidifyers and bought warm mist; SUCH a difference! If The Kid is still confined to a crib there’s minimal risk. Or, make the bathroom into a sauna: run all of the hot water and breathe in the steam. Dr. Stephanie signing off…

  3. Sounds like fun, I love to over share.

  4. I totally love this idea!! I just emailed you a link to a post I did about my first brazilian wax. The email came from my hotmail account and gmail tends to hate hotmail so if you don’t see it, check your spam. If it isn’t there either can you reply here and I’ll try sending it from my gmail account? Thanks!
    Vicky
    http://thepursuitofnormal.blogspot.com/2010/03/brazilian-stripped.html

  5. motherhoodisanart says:

    I’ll give this one some thought Stephanie! I don’t really consider myself an oversharer but my husband begs to differ. I don’t know how to draw the line between honesty and oversharing. The other day I was telling someone a puking story from when I was 4 years old. I had eaten spaghetti and had apparently not chewed a single noodle. They all came up whole so it was a pretty traumatic puking experience trying to get all those noodles out. I thought this was a perfectly acceptable story to tell….the person I was telling it to did not agree!

  6. Penny Roach says:

    I have the perfect story and although I’m a little shy about sharing it because others may find it, the fact is that, thanks to my teenager, everyone around here knows about it anyway!! Can’t wait to read these!!

    Penny at Green Moms and Kids

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  1. [...] back to another installment of Oversharing: I Ain’t Scarrred! Today’s Oversharer, Amanda, is a dear friend of mine who slipped me a cool $5 so I would let [...]

  2. [...] on her blog, I went straight to her house, pounded on her kitchen window, and pleaded with her to Overshare it here with you. Right, so what really happened was I just emailed her, but if she lived near me, I [...]

  3. [...] I giggled here and there, Mary’s tale is not the stuff of typical Overshares; it didn’t make me roar with laughter or have me doing Kegels at warp speed to prevent [...]

  4. […] heart Sarah because she regularly Overshares on her blog The Sadder But Wiser Girl, which is where today’s post was first published. […]

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