Some things about Mother Nature can be tough to learn as a kid, when you live in the SW desert where it ALMOST NEVER RAINS. Today’s surprise weather lesson also brought a few human tears, a whole lot of kiddo shrieks, and an argument between a seven-year-old boy and his younger sister, that resembled the stereotypical married couple fight over something futile…

OPERATION: SAVE LEGO CLUB MAGAZINES. The lesson that you should not argue with mom that your stuff is fine, left non-stop in the “clubhouse.”

RIP Goldfish crackers. Your sacrifice does not go unnoticed to the starving bird community of Tim Foster Park. The nearly 200 or so tiny, rainbow fish crackers now scattered all over my lawn, should be a tasty treat for you, or your friends the roaches, when the sun finally dries them out.


Shelly Arroyo, aka SuperMom & Mama Chickpea

When she’s not doing kinder homework or making yet another cheese sandwich cut into finger shapes, she loves doing crafts with her kiddos, shopping Pinterest for new things she’ll never have time to try, playing cars with Barbies, building Legos, and cuddling with her minions. Like any 24/7 mom, she cherishes her brief gym time, and her daily shower in peace, while the kiddos are at school.

#aprilshowers #ripmaxandlegoclubmagazines #mamachickpea #momproblems #mommoments

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