Once upon a time there were two splendorous girls. Princess A came first and tracked out the plan for the Matron of Moxi (did I get that right Corey? or was it Matron of Mojo? I forgot my name! the tragedy!) to join her soon. The girls played tirelessly for many years...then one day the Matron of Mojo (pretty sure it was Mojo ~ I think Lady K is Moxi...) got married, had a beautiful daughter, adopted (all in one short span of time) three adventurous boys, and told Princess A to hurry up! She did...and along came the stunning, siren Sedona.
The two mommies catch up as often as they are able...considering they are both mommies and they live in different states (geography people ~ not states of mind)...there are some silences. Those peaceful, childhood friend, "it's ok to be silent" moments. However, when the two splendid ladies embark on a moment...LOOK OUT!
We laugh, cry, catch up, change diapers, change kids, chase kids, and just plain enjoy each other. The time together though, is never long enough...
This summer, I had the pleasure of the company of Princess A and Sedona. They brought along Kyle to act as their bodyguard. (Plus, my Aiden really likes Kyle.)
Being beautiful women (even if one of them is only a year and a half) they need to keep the admirers at bay. (or something like that...it could be that Kyle was out of school and didn't mind the hour and a half trip up the mountain to my house...) When our children get together...I freak. My boys are BIG and they tend to be rambunctious. Sedona is gentle and sweet and petite. I worry about whether my boys will push her or just plain run her over. I'm nervous that Sedona will be traumatized at the noise level in my home.
Never fear...she had them right where she wanted them...and she doesn't take "No" for an answer.
"You Go Girl!"