Originally Posted by CalebsMama05
jessica why ur mouth hurt
I had my wisdom teeth pulled the other day. Right after we moved.
I'm still feeling pretty crummy. I was feeling better yesterday but then it got really bad in the evening. I'm wondering if it's because I did too much in the evening and my body had to halt the healing process. My
: dh got dish for our new house, which I'm really not opposed to. I think there's a better use for the money, but whatever. But he spent all night from like 5 to 1030 trying to get this thing working. It's still not working. Mattie was beserk wanting his attention and I just wanted some help. At least he said he could scrounge up his own dinner, so I didn't have to make a meal. I got Wednesday night off. He took care of Mattie and my mom took Emma with her. I guess I'm only entitled to one night off after having teeth pulled. Thank good ness for my mom though.
Originally Posted by newlywaaz
I grab Sandra Boynton often,
We are all also in a Boynton phase. Loving those books. We just got but, not the hippo.My dd1 loves blue hat, green hat.
Originally Posted by Miss Juice
We're not crawling yet, but it is mere moments away, I fear. I try to tell him crawling is not yet authorized, but he just laughs at me. I need him to wait to crawl until his sisters stop leaving teeny tiny choking hazards all over the house... so a few more years, probably?
Last night we gave DS some broccoli and he LOVED it. What a mess, though.
Today I am trapped in the house while the basement waterproofing folks tromp around making lots and lots of noise. I'm not planning to do muich of anything. It's just SO LOUD...
I'm so sorry about the crawlling thing. It really does change life as we know it. It's not just my bigger dd that leaves stuff laying around, it's dh too. Mattie has discovered The Joy of The Chase. She crawls away very quickly, laughing all the way. She giggles very hard when you catch her. Emma enjoys the chase too. But at this moment I think they are waiting for me.
Oh, when do they stop thinking the baby is a seat/footstool/headrest/armrest/table,etc?
A breakthrough on the parenting front. My mom has said for the first time ever that I'm doing something RIGHT. Yes, folks, she actually used those words. It's always been you should try this or I always did this or if you did this, it will make your life easier. Your sister had her baby on such a nice schedule, your sister's baby just lays right down in his bed and goes to sleep, blah, blah, blah. Well, her kid is a mean bully. The other day my mom took Emma to the nursing home to see my gramma. She said Emma was so nice to my gramma and kept saying I love you so much, grandnana. and patting her leg and took her for a walk and was really hrlpful to my gramma. My mom said she was really proud of Emma. I don't do things so my mom will be proud(obviously) but it was nice that she recognized out loud that maybe her and my sister's way isn't the only right way and I'm not ruining my children. Which I do think on occasion.
Okay, I just had to pull a bunch of styrofoam out of Mattie's mouth. How did she find all those tiny pieces? I guess I need to vacuum. Yay me! Anybody else have a 2-year-old who's scared by the vacuum?
Oh and welcome to the club, mamatomahmoud.