Momlaughs

Sunday, October 30, 2011

20 Things I’ve Learned from Raising Six Children

1) Salt, pepper and milk are not fish food.
2) It's a bad thing when your child calls from camp and asks if it's a bad thing if one foot is bigger than the other.
3) If you mow the lawn with the basement windows open – the carbon monoxide detector will go off.
4) The ceiling fan doesn’t hold more than a 40 pound child and is not a substitute for taking your child to Great America.
5) Two kids cannot sit on top of the refrigerator but one can.
6) A 10-year-old cannot run a mile without shoes but he can run a ½ mile.
7) A mother with three sons doesn’t have that many friends who are mothers of all girls when the sons are young. The mother has more friends who are mothers of all girls when they reach high school age.
8) You get invited over less to friends and family’s houses for Sunday dinner when you have six kids.
9) When the nurse says, "even though the white count is as high as Mononucleosis – it’s only E coli," you shouldn’t be happy.
10) Finger painting is a good hobby.
11) Finger painting the front door is not a good hobby.
12) Green marker and a new couch don’t mix.
13) Black marker and a new loveseat also don’t mix.
14) The backyard swimming pool is not a bubble bath.
15) Pool filters do not like bubbles.
16) A dog who has been fed two packages of hot dogs can throw up twice his body weight.
17) Being hit with a marble from the second floor hurts more than being hit by a marble from the first floor.
18) The Easy Bake oven does not bake cookies fast enough for a family of eight.
19) “I hope you didn't forget I put the cell phone on the roof of the car” is not a good thing to hear when you are going 60 mph on the toll way.
20) A good sense of humor will get you through most problems in life.

By Cheryl, Momlaughs
I have decided that I can laugh or cry and I have decided to laugh my way through motherhood.

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Bring on the Happy Holidays


Saturday Morning, December 3, Momlaughs Comedy with Cheryl Moeller, Women's Christmas Tea at Kenosha Christian Church, Kenosha, WI

All New! Part II


Cheryl's Writing and Publishing Conference:  Writing, Publishing, Kindle Publishing, Speaking, and Blogging Part II
Anyone Can Writing a Book and I will Show you How
Monday through Wednesday, November 14, 15, and 16
Bethany Baptist Church
, 6700 W Gunnison Avenue, Harwood Heights, IL 60706
Lunch will be 30 minutes long to eat at area restaurants or to bring a brown bag lunch with you.
No admission charged, a love offering will be taken for FBFWFK Ministries, a 501c3 Ministry
R.S.V.P. to forkeepsministries@gmail.com


Friday, October 21, 2011

Mom's Good News... Mom's Bad News...

Mom's Good News...

I have a lot of friends on Facebook.

Mom's Bad News...

But, none in the real world.



Mom's Good News...

I just got my hair colored.

Mom's Bad News...

It did involve black shoe polish. 

Mom's Good News...

I discovered a brush and brushed my hair.

Mom's Bad News...

Found out it was the dog's brush.





Mom's Good News...

I put make-up on before church.

Mom's Bad News...

I forgot to take my pajamas off.



Mom's Good News...

My two-year son told me I looked pretty.

Mom's Bad News...

He also likes Ronald McDonald and Bozo.



Mom's Good News...


My favorite store is having a "Buy One, Get One Free" Sale!

Mom's Bad News...


I can't afford to even buy one.


Mom's Good News...

I brought extra diapers for our family vacation.

Mom's Bad News...

I forgot to pack the suitcase.





Mom's Good News...

I found cash!

Mom's Bad News:


The cash was in someone's pocket in the laundry.  After doing 15 loads that day,
if you average it out, I figure I made less than six cents an hour.







More Real Good News...
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Saturday, October 15, 2011

New on Kindle this Week - Keep Courting: 100 Ways to Keep Courting After Marriage

 - Kindle review by Kerry Doyal:   - "Bob & Cheryl are at it again: providing solid, practical resources. They not only nudge us to live lives of love, they point to paths we can pursue to "do love"." 

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Watermelon Cake

The Cake is an actual watermelon...WOW!  Click here
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Momlaughs Motto

I'm president of the biggest nation on earth - ProcrastiNation.

Top Ten Things a Mom Can Learn from a Goldfish

10. You can both eat and be eaten.
9. Keep the glass clean; it helps you to see outside

8. Just because you own a castle by the sea, doesn't mean it's worth much.


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7. Don't let the mirror give you a false sense of security because it makes you look bigger than you are

6. Eating more doesn't eliminate the ones that want to eat you.

5. Not everything in the fish bowl is a fish.

4. Don't be proud of being H20 intolerant.

3. Not everything that gets shaken down on you is good for you.

2. Don't get caught in the net.

1. Don't get caught in the net.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Our Newly Released Kindle ebook - Keep Courting: 100 Ways to Keep Courting After Marriage


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Practical and Creative... To Keep or to Give...
"Bob has been my Valentine for nearly 31 years! He swept me off my feet, with his elaborate courting! There’s no better time than today, to revive your courtship. Courtship shouldn't end with marriage. 'Keep courting: 100 Ways to Keep Courting After Marriage' will fan the flames of continued courtship."

A gift book! 50 ways to keep courting your husband and 50 ways to keep courting your wife.

Fifty Ways for Women to Keep Courting Their Husbands,
After Marriage:
- Attend an outdoor sporting exhibition show and look through the brochures, with him.
- Write a list of the "Things I Admire Most About My Husband" and tape it to his closet door.

Fifty Ways for Men to Keep Courting Their Wives,
After Marriage:
- Ask her to tell you two things that would make you an easier husband to live with (then work on them).
- Add "I love you" to her calendar on the day of your anniversary, every month. So, if you were married on June 16 (like the Moellers), write" I love you" on the 16th of every month, on her calendar. She'll remember every month how grateful you are to have her, as your wife.

Only .99 cents.

If you don't have a Kindle, you can get a free Kindle app and read this book using Kindle on your PC or iphone.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Creative Slow-Cooker Meals: Use Two Slow Cookers for Tasty and Easy Dinners by Cheryl Moeller (otherwise known as Momlaughs :)

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Sample front and back covers, index, table of contents, and preface

This is my second cookbook.  It was an exciting adventure that I hope ends up in your kitchen.


Now Amazon is taking preorders for my cookbook to be released in January 2012.
  • Spiral-bound: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers; Spi edition (February 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0736944915
  • ISBN-13: 978-0736944915
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10 Ways You Know it's Going to Be a Long Labor and Delivery



10. Housekeeping brings in a Chia Pet and asks if you’ll water it daily.

9. The Midwife takes off her watch and instead hangs up a lunar calendar.

8. The RN sits down and begins reading her hard bound copy of War and Peace.

7. The OB doctor looks at his watch and decides he can get in a round of golf – in Bermuda.

6. The chaplain says he’s overjoyed he can bless the newborn just a few days before he retires – he’s only 28.

5. The phlebotomist smiles and says, “This will be fun – a Christmas baby!” and heads off to a Fourth of July parade.

4. You husband produces a dozen roses in the delivery room and says sweetly, “And you thought I would forget our tenth anniversary...” That’s when you remember you were admitted on your 8th anniversary.

3. Your little boy was studying for his weekly spelling test when you left home in labor – he now text messages you to say he’s been accepted to College.

2. The dietician thanks you that now she’ll be able to use all of her season tickets to the opera.

1. The monitor tells you your contractions are now as far apart as the summer Olympics.