Sunday, August 17, 2008

Damn, I Throw a Good Party

Would you look at that? Success! He was so proud and it was quite yummy too. Yay Sam's!



The party was fab. All his buddies were there and a good time was had by all. I think I can confidently say this since all the bottled water, juice boxes, pizza, and cake were completely eaten and everyone was giving each other hugs as they were leaving. These kids are a huggy bunch.

Of course I forgot to hand out most of the party favor bags, but I guess that just means more gummi bears for me.

Also, several moms asked me how I was handling such a big group of crazy 4 and 5 year old with ease, to which I gave my standard answer "Lexapro!".

Mr. Sasha suggested I not make my drug-taking such a well-known fact, but I don't mind people knowing. In fact, I wish someone had told me about it when I thought I was going crazy and there was nothing I could do about it! It's kinda my PSA, and paying my debt back towards society by helping other moms on the brink.


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9 comments:

clemsongirlandthecoach said...

You all look soooo cute! Looks like a great time. You're an amazing mom!

Joy said...

Seems like you guys had a great time and the weather man was wrong again!

Julie said...

Glad the party was a success!! A big hooray for brain meds too...I would be(more of)a crazy mommy without 'em!

morewineplease said...

Great job Sasha! You guys are so good-looking!

Kate said...

Happy belated birfday, P!!! You guys are sucha good looking family....do you want a live in au pair (wink wink)???

M said...

Awww, you guys are adorable! Glad the party went well :)

Jennifer said...

Wow, your son is the perfect combination of mom & dad!! What great pictures. Glad all went well!

Mamalicious said...

Happy Birthday, P!!!!! I'm glad you pulled it off (thanks, Lexapro, thanks!)

Hope the WC is on the mend,
Holly

Lexapro Prescription Medication said...

My name is Lucas Sneed and i would like to show you my personal experience with Lexapro.

I am 39 years old. Have been on Lexapro for 3 years now. Went through a phase in life where I lost my job and was under-employed for a couple of years. Had descended to an all time low in self-loathing. Doc intially placed me on Welbutrine, which made me un-motived and essentially a disinterested by-stander in the story that is my life. Switched me over to 10mg dose of Lexapro, which has never increased. I now have a job I love (OK, like) and do not worry about the future. I continue to take Lexapro, as I said I am not as easy going if I miss several doses. My wife can tell when I am off of it, as little things will drive me nuts: barking dogs, annoying habits of others, other drivers, belligerent children...the usual list of suspects. My mother's side of the family is full of passionate, emotional rage machines, so it is a genetic thing or I am a product of the environment in which I spent my formative years. When I am on it I am calm cool and in control. Have notfound it to be physically addictive nor experienced any side effects.

I have experienced some of these side effects-
Uneven temperment, lack of patience if I skip several doses.

I hope this information will be useful to others,
Lucas Sneed

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