I meant to post this a long time ago, it’s from a MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) magazine written by Melinda Coats . . .

I live the life of a rock star.  It’s true!  I have wild hair (seriously wild in my case) and make-up with frequent costume changes.

Everywhere I go I have an entourage. People are constantly yelling my name. I look out into the crowd and they’re actually crying for me, reaching for me.

I have no privacy. I’m watched when I shower, when I’m cooking, even when I use the restroom . . .for my own protection, I’m sure.

When I go places I must do so quickly before my fans get out of control and start a riot.  Every night a different guy wants to sleep with me. Each of them seems geniuinely hurt when I turn him away.

Occasionally I get dirty undergarments whirled at me with a whoop and a smile. It’s even hard sometimes to walk through my own home without someone spotting me and trying to grab my legs or my clothing.

Oh, and don’t forget about the stalkers!  You know those crazed fans that follow you everywhere? Why, I can’t even talk on the phone in the pantry without an eye or two peeping in at me.

Yes it’s true–I live the life of a rock star.

And, this goes out to my three biggest fans — Xavier, Zerach & Zidon (or in my case, Marian, Ezra & Tobin), thanks for making my debut so special!

Yet another reason to be home, they won’t think I’m a rock star forever.

Just love how Marian’s hair does that little flip curl so naturally


Just love how your pictures are so natural!! I am always amazed!Time to get a little 2 year old’s picture taken that I know 🙂

Hey! My poem! Thanks for posting. The original MOPS posting left out the last line which is, thanks for making my debut so special and really rocking my world! My guys are now 12, 13 (almost 14) and 15. It’s a whole other type of rocking world for me now. I love every minute of it! Your trio is adorable.

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