I'm not one to brag, but once in a while, you just have to let yourself do a little public victory dance. However small the victory.
So without further ado, I present to you, some accomplishments that I'm actually unequivocally proud of (and unfortunately for my family, parenting and homemaking does not make this list):
Or maybe I should just call this--"stuff I've fixed with duct tape."
Like this old BOB stroller. The straps completely disintegrated under a Summer of sunshine. And I couldn't reach corporate headquarters to request replacements because they are apparently never in the office. Solution? Duct tape.
What? You slammed the buckle of your Ergo baby carrier in the car door and cracked the "male" part of the buckle for which there are no replacement options? No worries, buy an extender and duct tape that baby up. And yes, I find it kinda gross that buckles have "male" and "female" counterparts.
Can't get the baby foot rest pedal to stay on the push-trike? Duct tape it! Credit where it's due, the Spouse did this one.
There's just nothing like fixing old baby gear that gives me such unqualified pleasure. Maybe it's the cheap Asian in me. That's like, $600 in baby gear replacements I saved myself with just a few scraps of tape!