*Stop using Nair hair removal cream to get rid of your mustache (yes, I have one, most women do, don't judge), because it will leave an unsightly rash that makes the mustache look like the better choice.
*Don't drive to SLC to take care of birth certificate stuff before checking to see if Provo has the same office. The humiliation of idiocy you are now feeling is only surpassed by your frustration of not even being able to finish the birth certificate stuff in SLC because apparently, you don't read directions carefully enough.
*Do not assume baby is done spitting up. Ever. Or else your 9 year old daughter will be crying because the baby spit up all over her soccer shorts while you are cleaning up the spit up in his car seat, and even though you will be laughing, she won't be, and there will just be spit up EVERY. WHERE.
*Stop assuming the 5 year old won't wet the bed anymore. Three nights in an row should have given you a hint.
*Don't let go of this new-found feeling of laughter/joy/shrugging-it-off when the above things happen. Embrace that feeling. Because it has made all of this so much easier. Even somewhat fun. Comedic, even!
*You can do hard things. You do them every day!
*You only have 99 miles to go in the 100 miles challenge! Whoo-hoo!!
*Your baby is super cute. The end.