Wordless Wednesday: Toh-fee!

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I admit that I cannot make it through a day without coffee.  I don’t remember what it was like when it was an optional part of my day.  Now I can’t survive without it.  Ryan even knows that.  Remember this post about momma needs toh-ffee?

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  1. I so know what you mean!! Happy WW and thanks for linking it up!

  2. “Instant Human, just add coffee” is a perfect quote for you!

  3. I couldn’t get through my morning without it!! Nice pic!

  4. I definitely agree! Ever since I had kids, I would not be the same without my cup of joe!

    Thanks for linking up!!

  5. Maybe that’s the secret I’m missin in my life. Haha. I think most people feel much like you. Great photo! Thanks again for linkin up.

    • Typical Suburban Family says:

      How do you survive without caffeine?? Or do you just have another method of getting it?

  6. Before my kids came along, coffee was optional. Since they arrived on the scene, I need some every am. They’ve made me an addict.

  7. I’m surprised “coffee” wasn’t my daughter’s first word as much of it as I drink! lol

    Happy Wordless Wednesday, stop by and link up your post!

    • Typical Suburban Family says:

      I just linked up! It was definitely close to being Ryan’s first word. Him and Owen even make us “pretend” coffee in their play kitchen!! They know, they definitely know we need it.

  8. Oh, yeah, gotta have my coffee, I am soooo addicted. Lol

    • Typical Suburban Family says:

      Every now and again I mention giving it up. It’s usually after I’ve just finished my cup though and I’m feeling good. The next day rolls around and I wonder why I ever would have thought giving up coffee would be a good idea!! LOL!

  9. I certainly enjoyed a good cup of coffee especially during breakfast. 🙂

  10. amen to that!

  11. I can’t survive with my coffee either. It’s not an option LOL

  12. It’s so sweet when the little ones start learning about our needs. Plus that machine looks pretty cool. I might sit and watch it like that myself!

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