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Rebbezin Rochel

Ping Pong Mama

February 16th, 2009

I am like a ping pong ball. In the evening I start out in my own bed and then soon a child wakes up to join me. I am so tired that I just let him and then a while later the baby wakes up. I get up and take care of her and then move the other child out of my bed. Then he awakes so then I lay down next to him and put him to sleep in his bed while all the while, I fall asleep there. Then another child wakes up and looks for me and just falls asleep in my bed. Soon I wake up and realize I am not in my own bed anymore and go to my bed but there is another child there. It isnt’ worth it to me anymore so I just sleep on the couch. Realizing that I a missing from my room after they wake up, a child comes looking for me and falls asleep next to me on the couch. Then Reb Moshe complains that he can’t turn on the light or go out to the mikvah because everyone is sleeping by the front door. He tries to sneak out but in the process wakes up me accidentally and when I move, I wake up the kid on the couch. I then move him back to his bed and the baby wakes up. I then go to her room. Then Reb Moshe returns from the mikvah closes the door and puts down his bag, boom! Another child wakes up. Each morning I never know where I will wake up! Now Reb Moshe always tries to help but the kids want their ping pong mama cause the ping pong mama loves her little munchies. So after the kids go to school in the morning, guess what I have to do? SLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP. Does anyone understand and relate to the ping pong mama?
THE PING PONG MAMA NEEDS HER SLEEP!

Reb Moshe Don’t invite the world

February 16th, 2009

Each year when I we start inviting guests for purim, my husband gets so excited that invitation list starts to expand and expand! We would love to have you but if he invites you, make sure to remind him to run it by me also, lol
Also if you see any of our guests before Purim, remind them to keep their ______ outside my house! It took me hours last year to clean the WALLS!

To the ilovetorah bashers

November 20th, 2006

I don’t know if anyone saw on Moshe’s blog comments posted by this guy Mo. He was pretty much bashing the web sight and Moshe. You could read it, under finding a staff for the site. He unfortunately gets a lot of emails such as this from insensitive anger filled people. They think that nothing other people do is right and that they have the world figured out and it’s their duty to put the world straight. Ironic how these are the people who usually need to be put straight. It hurts me so much when he gets these emails. He puts his soul into this site. He spends hours a day answering emails and trying to help people. He only has the pureset intentions and gets almost no financial or emotional support from the outside world. But yet he still politley responds to these insane emails. He truly is ohev shalom vrodaif shalom. anyone who reads it please post a comment so this guy will get the point.

motzie shabbos blues

June 24th, 2006

I don’t know what it is but my children explode on shabbos. After shabbos my house looks like a crime seen and I’m too traumatized to clean it. Does everyone have this problem? I feel more stressed and drained from shabbos then the rest of he week. Kind of defeats the point of shabbos.