As some of you know, my husband is a pediatrician. I’ve considered giving him a section of my blog where you can ask him questions. But then you might just come here to ask him doctor questions making my blog a shell of the blog it once was. And I would have to go back to mothering. Or doctoring. Or PHILOSOPHIZING.
So instead, I spent my day convincing him that he needs car magnets. Actually I suggested BEDAZZLING HIS CAR for his practice:
But then I realized it was also MY CAR. So we debated BE-JAZZING my side with LateEnough.com. But that seemed tragic:
So we went back to the car magnets. But his practice needs a SLOGAN!
Possible slogan Scott emailed me: Great Docs for Great Kids.
My response: Great Kids Need Great Docs (so if your kid sucks, go to that big office down the street)
And it got me thinking about my catch phrase: RDA of Liberal Bias and Baby Poop. I came up with that back when I thought I would write about politics and babies. But mostly I write about biased poop possibly giving my potential new readers the WRONG IDEA!
And my tag line has NOTHING TO DO with my name, Late Enough (for the poem it’s based on click here).
So I have some ideas for a NEW tag line:
- Late Enough | Because if it was any earlier, I’d be asleep
- Late Enough | Because if it was any earlier, I’d be grumpy as hell
- Late Enough | Because if it was any earlier, I’d be drunk
Um, well, that’s all I got. And since I use the same eight words over and over, it’s really not that much.
So I ask: What should my new tag line be?
And you can also throw in your two-cents on Scott’s pediatric practice, but I’m pretty sure he’ll ignore you.
I, on the other hand, will credit your genius on my site. Like FOREVER.
To be honest, y’all are so cool and funny that I almost DIDN’T chose answers. I loved them all so much. But then I thought: WIMP. And I picked a few. I also tweeted out a few last weekend so I didn’t give double-love.
Answer that I offered to Scott’s practice that he could actually use. The Sweetest wrote: Dr. Scott | He’s Right For Your Tot!
Answer that I offered to Scott’s practice that he SHOULD actually use. jules wrote: Yes, That’s a Stupid Question Pediatrics
Answer that I’m strongly considering for my blog. C @ Kid Things wrote: Late Enough: You’re Lucky I Even Showed Up
Answer that I’m not sure I can pull off but I love. Ryan wrote: Late Enough | Better Late Than Pregnant