We don't have Netflix, but I like it. We use my mom's internet (she lives right next door), and we finally found a place we can put the laptop where we have enough signal to watch shows on internet. Right now, I'm watching The Walking Dead, but the website I've been using (Project Free TV), has Dr. Who, so I'll check it out. :)
Dr Who is our go-to-family-favorite-show - DH and I as well as all 3 kiddos adore it and pretty much all the episodes are pretty family friendly (no profanity and the violence is very animated and easy to explain to the kids as make-believe) Love love love that show! (And IronMam, I started following you on pinterest forever ago when you posted the link to your baby board, you've got some seriously cute stuff pinned!)
My biggest gripe right now is that I'm short and baby feels HUGE! He only measured at the 40th percentile at the anatomy scan and I seriously have not made it back up to my prepregnancy weight yet, so I have no reason to fear that he's extra big or anything, but I'm super uncomfortable and he just feels like he's taking up my whole abdomen and sticking out everywhere! He doesn't move as much as I remember my girls moving, but his kicks and jabs are so much stronger! While I adore feeling him move, I wish it didn't hurt so bad. He's made me cry out more than a few times And I'm no stranger to big babies - my youngest way 9-7 - but I just don't remember her feeling like this. Maybe it's just selective memory though.
I just weighed myself the other day, and I'm only up 2.5 lbs from pre-pregnancy weight. So I'm hoping that means baby will be more average size than DD (5 lb 12 oz) or DS (10 lb 7 oz) I swear this baby is so much more bony than either of my other two! And earlier, DS was climbing up to cuddle with me, and got my stomach with his elbow, at exactly the same time and place as baby's elbow. *OUCH* I told DF I was getting elbowed from the outside *and* the inside. I thought I was being a wuss when I told DF that the baby kicking hurt so bad I cried, but now I don't feel so alone. And you aren't alone either. :)
I'm also exhausted. We're in the middle of moving our shop and it's been a nightmare. I'm super stressed out and everything is taking longer then it should and we're out of money but the city is taking their sweet time getting our business license finalized so I can't officially open back up for business yet. We have a staff of about 8 plus our store is the only income for my family and my mom. We had a bit of savings but it's pretty much out now. Sure hoping the city gets their act together so we can get back up and going in the next few days.
I'm so sorry, firespiritmelody. I hate when people drag their heels, especially about something like this. I'm getting frustrated for you. :(
Right now, my complaint is sleep, or rather, lack thereof. I had *just* fallen asleep when DS came out and wanted to sleep with me, but since I sleep on the couch, that meant sleep *on* me. I let him lay on me for about 30 minutes, until my legs started to hurt, and I took him back to bed, but now I'm wide awake again. (We usually co-sleep, and will again, but right now, the only bed we have for DF and I is air mattress on the floor, and it's too hard to get up and down anymore. I should be getting tax check in a couple of weeks, and then we're getting a bed! The first bed I've had in YEARS!) *happy dance*