"Just make sure no one jumps off the roof or gets pregnant."

According to my mother, these are my responsibilities next week when my parents take off to Germany with my brothers for two weeks. Leaving me (and Spouseman*) with 2 teenage girls.

*If Spouseman even has any traces of masculinity left after this little estrogen stint, I will a), be grateful, and b), be very surprised.


Ben said...

I'm so excited. The wife and I have decided that you're going to see a lot of me--be prepared. Also, I feel bad that we stayed so late tonight. I really didn't mean to stay long at all, but one thing led to another and next thing we knew it was late. Please apologize to Dan for me if you think of it. I sure had fun with you, though. I'd be hard pressed to think of something I'd rather do on a Thursday night than going to Target with my wife and my FAVORITE mcb.

Lena said...

Haha! I believe in Spouseman! He can retain his masculinity. I think it will only strenghthen it cause he will have to defend himself against the onslaught of estrogen. Go Dan!

Lindsey said...

aunt cami just made my day. thanks for preserving this phrase.

Nik "the BoyWonder" said...

Just tell him to come over to my house and play xbox for a while then he will get some manliness back!!

Mrs. Clark said...

Hey, you are going to be surprised at how your husband steps up to the plate and doesn't lose a drop of testosterone.

But exactly how old are the teenaged girls? A 14-year-old is quite different from a 17-year-old.

Chloe said...

That may not sound like a tall order Steph, but Grace has jumped off roofs in the past... :P