Your days sound like mine most of the time, Casina...
I hope it's not too chaotic and you can get everything done that you need to without too many crises.
On Friday I had to go take my van to get the valve stem fixed because when I got new tires they had to break it to change it, and one of my brand new back tires kept going flat so I had to get that changed out. Then I had to run to the post office to send out some diaps I sold to fund my recent rampage on the TP.
Then run to my moms to pick up more sputum traps to send specimens to the lab for Kaylee and Crystal, who are sick and spewing forth snot from every possible oriface.
: Then off to the grocery store for food, all with Z and J in tow (K and C were home with the nurse). I then had to rush home to put the groceries away so I could go to an IEP meeting at Crystal's school. I told DH that the kids wanted salad with crushed chips on top, so I assumed he would fix them some food. Once I got home from the meeting I had to start dinner because the kids (and I) were starving because DH couldn't even get off his ass to make them some lunch!!!
: After I cooked dinner, and cleaned up, I had to start getting the kids into bed (a lengthy process with C and K), while DH continued to sit on his ass playing video games.
How much of this do I have to take, people??? How big of a bitch do I need to be to get him to help me???
OK, done griping, I promise. It's really not that bad.
On a good note the baby is very active and I am enjoying that. She seems to be even more active that I remember Zachary being at this point. She especially goes crazy right after I eat.
And Happy Birthday to Raziel.
Hey, where the heck has Rynna been? Here's hoping she and the fam are A-OK.