Originally Posted by Mama2-4
Well...I've got all the kids sleeping and am off to watch a movie, it should provide some good laughs it is called Super High Me. It is done in the fashion of Supersize Me, but the guy spends 30 days smoking, and then 30 days clean and compares the two!
I may have to watch this
I haven't turned on the TV since.. um.. let's see, my little brother got me Flight of the Concords for Christmas and I watched that, hehe.
Originally Posted by cicely_m
In British World, "chips" = french fries and are bought on the street wrapped in paper, and you pour vinegar and salt on them.
I haven't eaten meat in something over 10 years, and I *still* kinda miss fish and chips
Originally Posted by smokeylo
I am thinking about trying EC with Robin. I haven't quite committed yet but I have a book on it. It sounds like it wouldn't be too hard to do it part time, and she so loves her nakey time and almost always pees when she's naked.
This may or may not be true, but I have read that you have a "window of opportunity" with your babe until around 6 months, then they stop paying attention to their functions I guess? Another window opens later on, but no telling when
Anyway, if that's true, you should start soon, and yeah!!!
Originally Posted by lincap
One thing I was NOT expecting during the wax was when she asked me to flip over on to my belly and did... eh.. uh... my bum area.. I didn't know I had hair there! HOW would you know!!?!!!
- welcome back!Flapjack
- woah.. I've only ever cut my hair once
: Even through a few sets of dreads. I spent weeks meticulously pulling one hair at a time out of the dread rather than cutting them off. (yes, you can do that, it just hurts a lot and take bloody forever) It was supposed to be a rebirth, but I just lost my hair
Mine takes so so long to grow, it's quite the commitment for me. I think that was 14 when I last cut it, whereas DP's is longer than mine now, and I chopped his off only a couple years ago!
Kaia sits up not, too, and she is a rolling machine
! She is still up all night and I am really struggling with being really
And she's not making up for it in the day. Last night she got out of bed (She totally did this on purpose and I don't know how she eased herself out, but I didn't wake up to it either time, so it isn't *falling* out of bed
) twice last night. The first time she rolled to the wall, about a yard away, and must have gotten bored and started fussing. The *second* time, she rolled to the wall, turned 180 degrees, and scooted a few feet. We still have the headboard against the wall in there because we just haven't done anything with it (or the crap on it!) since taking the bed down, and on it is a starlight
, plugged in and on. And under that
was my sweet little baby girl happily batting away at the cord
It's my nice not very bright light for nursing with at night, so I don't know what to do with it now
Thanks everyone for the hugs and love in regards to my MIL, that was an unexpected rant! I know that I'm being more sensitive to it because I'm overly tired, but, dammit, woman! yesterday I *cried* because she made a comment about me checking on kaia and then getting her up even though she hadn't said anything on the monitor. Apparently I should have left her in a room all by herself sucking desperately on the blanket in hunger because she was "happy and content." And I shouldn't check on her unless she is screaming. What is always the kicker for me is that I get as far as, "Well she isn't necessarily hap-" before I get a hand thrown up, she says, "Alright, whatever" and walks away.
However, not really something to make you bugger off and cry about it for awhile