Wacky Joaquin (’cause nothing rhymes with douche)

Every week we scan the news and gossip blogs for a celebrity or entertainment icon to smackdown. Usually, by Sunday, we know who we are going after. They tend to be obvious choices. This week, we actually had to think about it. It was only when we reviewed our Oscar Live Commentary that we did on Sunday that someone popped out: no, not Mickey Rourke. For the sake of our sanity, we can’t look at that guy anymore and we need to move on.

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Lie to Me (and feel my wrath)

Have you seen the new Fox show ‘Lie to me’? We have watched a couple of episodes and we are HOOKED! They have O.K. stories but they pepper the hour with cool body language science and examples of modern day political leaders. But you don’t care what we watch on Wednesday nights. You want to know how this has anything to do with children and parenting. We think it’s obvious. So make eye contact and do not squint at us.

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Live Oscar Commentary

We want to thank Mari from J-Bug Jewelry for her funnyand insightful comments. You can purchase your Loki the Chihuahua necklaces from J-Bug. OK, not really but she does have a chihuahua. Thanks for reading. You are the best. Now back to our normal relationship rants. 11:52- Best Picture: Slumdog Millionaire. The Dog takes it again. JayaJaya Slumdog. All of […]

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Relationship Entropy

The celebrity paparazzi have really screwed up the common person’s belief about healthy breakup. They have convinced us that a conversation is a relationship, a date is commitment, and an appearance at an awards event is as good as a proposal. From there, it just spirals downhill. If they are not seen having that second cup of coffee together then obviously it is a horrendous breakup and everyone is devastated. Strike that. It is the woman that is crushed. The man is a philanderer because he had a latte instead of a cappuccino.

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Chris Brown is a punk ass bitch.

In my previous incarnation, I was a psychotherapist who worked with all sorts of populations. I worked with domestic violence for 6 years. Not the victims, the perpetrators. I would sit in a group room with 12-15 guys and talk about how they beat up their significant other. I was professional, compassionate and, when needed, I was a fearless female Chuck Norris. I learned so much during that time and the following is a result of this.

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you always manipulate the ones you love

Our littlest is just 2 years old. Recently, his language has exploded and he is communicating his needs. He says really adorable things like “bless you Mami” when I cough or “shoes on” when he wants to leave. I didn’t say he was bright, I said he was adorable. One of these incredi-cute things he is doing is requesting something that he has previously been denied with a final “Pllllllllleeeeezzzzzzzzeeee” and his hands pressed together in prayer. He has even perfected the doe eyes that are required for that kind of begging. It is hard to deny him but we do and then hug him for learning how to work his parents like a job.

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