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Challenge: It's Good To Be Bad

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She's testing me.

Well, her, and you know who.

The Big Guy who thought we were a good match for each other.

The one who knows that I am perfectly imperfect for her and she for me.

They're testing me.

I'm being tested.

Did I mention that already?

Sorry for repeating myself.

I'm exhausted.

And who can we thank for that?

The one testing me, of course.

I'm venting.

Did you notice?

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You see, I have a 3.5-year-old, and I am not sure if she runs her feet or her mouth more, but both tire me the fudge out.

I love my little nugget with all my heart.

And, speaking of hearts, hers is as big as her everyday nonsensical meltdowns.

And that's why mothering a toddler is hard, especially when yours is a pint-sized, over-opinionated, unfiltered, semi-defiant, hilariously honest and cute-beyond-compare, powerhouse.

I don't usually drink wine on weekdays, but tonight, well, I just might pour myself a glass.

She's testing me, and so is He, and though I'm pretty sure the answer doesn't lie in the bottom of a glass of wine, I'm still willing to check.

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