I'm sorry, I can't even begin to imagine NOS
on mites, ugh, how annoying. I had a fabulous dream about you the other night that I was totally stoked to tell you about.. but then...
I watered our router with the herbs, and we didn't have internet for a day
: By the time we got it back I had forgotten my dream
: That reminds me of something I wanted to bring up before though, and didn't get the chance to...Watering your electronics
Okay. To those of you with cell phones gone into baths / puddles / lakes, etc.. After dousing your gear you can throw it in the oven overnight set to warm, or around 125 degrees F. - battery removed. When you get something wet, simply unplug it immediately or remove the battery. If it was a very soapy bath you may wish you rinse it under clean water first. Filtered or distilled if you can. Put your battery on a towel to dry on it's own, toss your cell phone in the oven overnight. DP's cell phone has made it through this cycle 3 times now
You can also do it with game boys, etc.. (routers.. rofl, saved us $100 or more on that sucker) On the subject, if you spill something on your keyboard, to clean it you can run it through the dishwasher, batteries out, on it's own with no soap
. We clean our keyboards like this periodically simply for maintenance. But I have spilled beer on my keyboard innumerable times.
Let it dry, key side down. Works like a dream afterward. But you want to make sure it is completely dry before putting the batteries back in. If anyone has questions or needs clarification on stuff, PM me
- Kaia still doesn't eat food most days teeth
- Still nothing to add here, still no sign of the darned things.groups
- I applied to the Flickr group on Flickr before finishing reading the message, so, er, I guess if I don't get in, then I'm PM you! Facebook - I need to look the group up, I haven't joined any groups on there yet, so I gotta figure that out.absolutely insane before night time sleep
= yes. very yes.applecore
I'm sorry, lady
That sucks. I've been through a lot of those situations, and I can't imagine how it could possibly be for it to be my mother. That's so hard. Good luck to you, I hope your efforts are appreciated and accepted.
I have the daycare baby taking a nap, Kaia walking around with blocks, and the other three - 2 boys, one girl, all 4 y/os - walking around with blankets under their shirts giving birth to twins and triplets. I wish you could see them. Ohmagosh the hilarity. They stumble around bumping bellies until one falls over and yells, "Oh, I'm having my babies!" and then the other two drop to their knees and help the "babies" out. This has been a popular game since I got pregnant with Kaia question
- Anyone else's one a very small one? Kaia is about 15 1/2 lbs, she turned 1 on the 8th. I know I've stressed out about this to you guys before, but I can't seem to shake it. It is so much easier to tell my SIL that even though my nephew is a little guy he is obviously happy, healthy, active, smart.. etc, nothing in the world wrong with him! But ahhhh, she is so tiny. She still wears a number of 6 month clothes, and anything 12 months is massive on her. I *know* I was never on the charts myself. My mum *still* cries about how they convinced her to wean when I was 13 months old because they said I was too small and obviously wasn't getting what I needed from her milk. And it didn't change anything - I'm a little person. I still say I'm *almost* 5 feet tall, as if I'm going to get there some day still. Kaia is an insanely active baby, she has had no developmental issues what-so-ever, she is not insanely skinny, but I hate being able to feel her ribs like I can. I am terrified to bring her to a 1 year check up because I'm afraid they will say like they told my mum. They already threw a bit of a hissy fit at her 6 month because she wasn't eating "real food" yet, and told me sternly that at 6 months old babies start to "need" nourishment other than breastmilk. Can someone please tell me it's okay? Or if I should actually be concerned?
ETA: I forgot that I wanted to say, through all this sickness we've been going through, Kaia blows her own nose and I
love love love
it!! It's so cute, and so helpful! We just hand her a tissue and she actually blows her nose, wipes it, and hands it back