In the meantime, I was able to check this off my life goals list - Write a Screenplay.
So, it's a parody of Pinterest parties, among other things, and features a cameo by my infant son. Presto!
I have strong feelings about all social media, so much so that I refer to these feelings sagely!/annoyingly/sincerely as my "digital politics." Yawn, right?
It's just that I've been to so many over-grammed, over-planned, craft explosion birthday parties for babies and young children. I'm wowed by the effort, but sometimes I wonder, who is this party really for? I respect the handicrafting and enthusiasm of the planners, but sometimes, can we admit creative people of the world, we can go a bit, yes, overboard? I'm right along there with overachievers of the world, but to quote myself quoting a character quoting myself "too much is too much."
Without going so far as to incite full on Mommywars, I'll leave it at this - it's fine if you want to forgo sleep and sanity and shell out as much on your kid's party as a mini-mitzvah. If it's something you really enjoy, please, by all means. I will come to your party and sincerely enjoy your real-life polar bear and marvel unironically at the handknit eskimo napkin rings while I drink artisinal cocoa from an ombre mason jar.
But doing something like that myself, well. It's not my cuppa tea.
I mean mason jar of tap water.
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Also, check out all the other new episodes this season here, including this Footloose parody about moms embarrassing their progeny through dance.
(Being a staff writer on Season 2 of Pretty Darn Funny, especially being in a writer's room, has been more fun than most things. Sorry, copywriting. I've heard the siren call of screenwriting. And its call is even more seductive when I get to work with my husband. I'm proud of all the hard work of all the cast and crew, especially Jared and Jeff. And now, I'm ready to have my husband back.)