Sunday, May 11, 2008

Mother's Day

I think Erin said it perfectly...

I won't be celebrating for two reasons - one is that in Israel they both celebrate sometime in February (I never remember when) and they've switched it to "family day" and the second is that even if there were a Mother's Day in Israel, my kids would definitely forget. They sort-of-remembered-after-being-reminded that my birthday was yesterday... (and even that just means that they said the words "happy birthday").


In blogosphere news, my mom sent me over to plan-b. For those of you who haven't followed their story (I did, but at some point I stopped reading), they had a really unique surrogacy experience, with a known surrogate who co-blogged with the intended parents. Go check it out :-)

I haven't had a chance to mention Doc Grumbles - she was at the top of my mental list of "most likely to succeed soon" infertility bloggers and is newly pregnant :-)


Dr. Grumbles said...

Thanks for the mention. I hope it is a success story all the way through, of course.

Happy Mother's Day, even if it is not celebrated where you are. And with your kids - they likely appreciate you far more than they'll ever say.

Bea said...

Can't believe I forgot to say happy birthday!


Sarah said...

i'm wondering how one makes it onto your most likely to succeed soon list, i know people who would probably pay to get on it!

Unknown said...

Hi there, I'm late in stopping by but was thinking about you and wishing you a late happy birthday!