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Gen, ugh! Yuck on the credit fraud situation, and yuck on your DH thinking he can expect you to do housework in that way. I have been through this with my DH before...we SHARE the household duties in the evening, he works at his work, and I work at the kids in the daytime. Now, to be honest, the chores still fall heavily in my favor, but at least he knows that he better not expect me to be cleaning all day...my job is to parent the kids. (Sorry for the rant, each marriage finds its own way, just hoping that you are happy with yours)
Thanks. I brought this up to him. Apparently his mother was supermom and was able to raise 3 kids, cook 3 meals a day, and maintain a spotless house while his father was at work. But now that I think about it, I bet she had a house girl or some other help. They lived in Kenya where labor is cheap. I know they do now, if this comes up again, I'll remember this point.

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I signed up for our chore wars, too. Can we add adventures that aren't there, or do we have to petition the dungeon master?
Yes, dear dungeon master, how should this be done, the henchlings are asking.



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I had 2 interviews today adn both went well. I have a working interview tomorrow from 8-10 then have to work from 12-4. Wish me luck on my working interview...and henry gets to do drop in for that 2 hours..so we will see how he does.
Best of luck!



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Yesterday we went to the community pool. Ashlee loved it there. I took a couple of pics of her chillin on her blanket.
Ashlee is so sweet looking.

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My DD#2 Sagan just said to me the most interesting thing...
"Mama... Do you think I should I quit asking questions about life and just live it?"

Long conversation ensued.
Wow. That is awesome! How do kids have such wisdom, yet as adults we seem to lose some of it and get wrapped up in our dramas etc.. What a shame for us.



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Went out to do some shopping today since Alex has outgrown pretty much everything he has.. stopped in Babies R Us and got a free 8x10 portrait done at the studio there!
What a handsome young guy. Good thing the other girl babies are too young to chase him down at this age.


I just had a crazy day of errands. I had to go back and forth between DP's work and in and out of the car with DD.....:yawning: Half the time I take her out of the car seat and the other half I leave her in. While at the bank I had her in the car seat and she slept peacefully. I had to go to a couple of places more than once because I needed a letter about DP's job and the first letter was not good enough so I had to go back and explain how it needed changed and then run home to feed L. Then DP got a new letter from his employer so I had to go back out to pick up the letter and then take it to DHS.: To finish the day off I went to the gas station. There is a station in town that is well known as the cheapest gas for many, many miles, certainly the cheapest in our whole valley. It is common to have 10 cars waiting in line for gas, cars lined up in the road waiting. While there, the girl next to me called out to one of the attendants that her car had ran out of gas while waiting and needed the attendants to push her up to the pump. I knew my car was running on fumes also, so I shut my engine off for the rest of the wait. I was worried about getting gas while having DD with me, but I never had to get out of the car. In our state it is illegal to pump your own gas so I told the attendant how much and asked if I could just give him the cash since I had DD with me. He apparently does it alot cuz he just quickly took the money and started the pump. : That really made my afternoon so much better! He had no idea though, the poor guy is way overworked.

Hope everyone has a happy 4th tomorrow....even our friends overseas. Here is an article about our local 4th parade. This woman goes to the grocery store dressed as such. I think its cool, and she makes good points.
http://www.dailytidings.com/2008/070...02_jenmoss.php

Ok, gotta do other stuff now. I am beat!
post #62 of 474
Beautiful pictures of kids and dogs (Cynthia)!

Eli was still running a temp this morning so I called in to work again. Lucky I have a very understanding boss-she has four step kids and three of her own so she knows sick kids need their mama love. Took him to the dr figuring it was better to go and only spend 20 on a co-pay and get told nothing was wrong vs having something be wrong and pay well over 100 for an ER co-pay this weekend.

Turns out he has a very low grade ear infection on the right side. She said she has seen lots of red raw throats and ear infections in kids lately. His fever is gone and he's getting back to his smiley self. I was even able to get him laughing when I tickled him. He is by far the ticklish baby I have ever met. Armpits and neck are the best spots to get him.

Even though he was sick I loved being home with him. I wish I could do it every day. Need to work on that.

Hope everyone has a great and safe 4th!!

: this is from my daughter. She say this little guy and wanted to put it in the message.

BTW he weighed in at 17 pounds 14.8 ounces today
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River is eating my toes.
Too cute!!!

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Ugh I cursed myself saying that Alex sleeps pretty well at night.
So sorry! Molly had a terrible night last night and most of today with her sleep, but is already in bed tonight and seems to be doing well tonight so far, so let's hope they both start sleeping well every night!

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Yesterday we went to the community pool. Ashlee loved it there. I took a couple of pics of her chillin on her blanket.
She is adorable!!! I love her hair!

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My DD#2 Sagan just said to me the most interesting thing...
"Mama... Do you think I should I quit asking questions about life and just live it?"
OMG, the kid is like a little Socrates!

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Doncha love those unplannable homeschool moments? I once had a math lesson interrupted by Christopher asking, "Mom, why do people live?"
What in the world did you say? Seriously, now I am wondering...why DO people live?

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I just had a crazy day of errands. Hope everyone has a happy 4th tomorrow....even our friends overseas. Here is an article about our local 4th parade. This woman goes to the grocery store dressed as such. I think its cool, and she makes good points.
Glad that I didn't frustrate you with my crazy rant...and you make a good point, if we all had a bit of hired help, we could all be super mom! And, I LOVE your town nudie. She's so cute! So, it's really illegal to pump your own gas where you live?!!!

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Turns out he has a very low grade ear infection on the right side.
So sorry that Eli had his first ear infection, but I am glad that it was only on one side, and it sounds like it is a bit better now. Glad you have have an understanding boss and got a few days home with him!

OK, 2 quick things...#1: I've started on my post cards:. I'm so excited...they are going to be awesome!

#2...whoever changed my title...I LOVE it and I LOVE you!!!: I just noticed it tonight!! I think I feel a bit (other than the accidentally being drugged part) like Rynna did last week at G.M...I have friends: someone likes me!!!

This DDC ROCKS and you mamas all rock!!!!
Emily

(I'll be back later in the weekend, we are headed to my sister's house for the holiday over the next 2 days.)
post #64 of 474
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Checking in quickly: if you're a henchling, then you can create adventures and you should have a thing at the top of your adventures page which says "create adventures". If you're not a henchling yet, I'll sort it out in 2 hours time.
Julie, I'll PM you in 2 hours when I get back from the school run.
Emily, your title changed? Really? Oh yes, so it did What is a Matrix, anyhow? Have you got Keanu Reeves hopping around athletically?
Gen, sorry I missed your post about the fraudulent charge on your bank account: we (Steve, actually) had a few of those recently. It stinks- but his were all card purchases so he could just replace the card, not change the account. I'm happy about the trip to the gas station though Small things make me happy.
post #65 of 474
cwoodard he looks soooo cute!!

BabyBump sorry about the ear infection I hope it is gone soon

happy 4th everyone enjoy the fireworks!!
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My dh left today for Rothbury, a HUGE music festival that's on it's first year here in MI. I'm so jealous. I wanted to go so badly, but we decided it would be too hectic with a baby. So I have 3 days and nights of seeing what it feels like to be a single mom. At least I don't have to work on top of being the sole person to care for them. I don't know how some women do it.

We're going to my family's cottage on a small lake today, and the kids will get to play with the innumerable other cousins that will be there. : It should be lots of fun! We're meeting dh at HIS family's cottage on Lake Michigan on Monday after the festival for a few days for a little mini vacation. Lots of swimming and sun for us in the next week!
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Have a good trip
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Have a good trip Happy Independence Day, everyone
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s Applecore...I understand being a bit jealous...look at it as bonding time with your lo

ok mamas so I need some advice, some insight...some something.

Henry hasn't been much of a sleeper since he realized the world was going on. I am sure you all may be tired of listening to my sleep woes but I am going to put them out there anyway.

lately Henry's sleep has gotten worse and worse. He was in a good routine and went to bed with minimal fuss....now it is a fight to the finish.

he acts ready for bed around 6ish...I give him a bath and dress him. it is weird no matter what time it is he seems to know a bath means bedtime.
somedays i read to him and ohters I don't...anyway...we usually put him to bed alone which used to work. Now he cries and cries. I sit with him he fights and cries, I try just staying near, same thing, I try walking away..same thing. Once he finally gives in it is all up in the air.
Some nights he will sleep 4 hours some nights only 2 and wake. I will nurse him when all else fails on the 2 hour nights.
when we finallly go to bed, he wakes what seems like every hour to two hours and will only be comforted by nursing...which isn't all bad...but lately he has been waking crying...loudly, and whining...loudly and is not consoled easily.
Oh and this am was the best...awake at 4am playing!!!

at the same time he is not napping well either, some days of course are better then others. but you can tell he is so exhausted and will not sleep, I don't understand.

so the reason for this rambling...is that is really starting to affect me. I am walking around in a very unmotivated cloud. I can't get house work done, my school is starting to slack off b/c I am so so so tired I just want to sit or go to bed.
yesterday at work I was like a walking zombie, I felt like I was't in my own body, I didn't feel better until about 4 pm and last night I had 2 major headaches.

Any ideas onhow to feel better? I know the sleep thing may not work itsefl out for awhile, but I need to feel better, b/c I need to be an active person not a zombie.
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Happy 4th mamas! If you are in the US enjoy your day if you are not...still enjoy your day :
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birthmommom, I've taken bach's olive flower remedy for exhaustion and it seemed to help...perhaps you can try that? I'm sorry you and Henry are having so many sleep issues; it sucks to be tired/foggy all the time.

Babybump, glad Eli is feeling better!

peace laughing, I totally agree with lovetobemama- when you are a SAHM, your primary job is taking care of child/ren! Any housework done is a bonus, not a requirement. Hope you can get your dp to see the light soon.

cwoodard, adorable picture!

Jezzy, what a cutie you have!

playamama, thanks for the compliments on my garden. I'd love to see pictures of yours.

Today I went blueberry picking and brought home 15 pounds...yum! : Peter just might end up with blue breast milk.

Happy 4th, everyone!
post #72 of 474
chore wars question....do you claim points *every* time you do laundry, or just once per day? The other day I did 4 loads!
post #73 of 474
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So I have 3 days and nights of seeing what it feels like to be a single mom. At least I don't have to work on top of being the sole person to care for them. I don't know how some women do it.
Don't sell yourselves short, married mamas! My DPs took a lot of time and energy and I have been constantly amazed at how much easier things are with this little one than the previous babies, who were all born while I was partnered. I blame a lot of my teenaged son's problems on the energy I poured into an ill-fated relationship during his preteen years that should have gone to my children.

I did want Terran to have a Daddy so I'm not going to beat myself up over it too much, I just hate to see people act as if marriages were something that just happened without any effort at all on the part of the people who create and maintain them.
post #74 of 474
Happy 4th everyone!

birthmommom
, I don't have any real answers for you, since I don't have much experience, but I belong to this yahoo group (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NoCrySleep2/). In the files section there are success stories posted from people who have been able to get bad sleepers to sleep better. Maybe you'll find something to help in there; I've seen some good information getting posted occasionally. Though it seems like a lot of times, it's a tough struggle until their sleep patterns start to mature around 9 months.

I've been having more trouble with Alex too lately. I don't know what it is.. I know his 2 bottom teeth that are halfway in are bothering him, maybe it's something that happens around 4-5 months commonly because I keep hearing similar things from moms with babies this age, or a growth spurt, or milestones? Just as background - we don't cosleep at night unless he's having trouble sleeping, since I'm a chronic insomniac and just about any little thing wakes me up. I figure we both need some sleep, and he wouldn't get much with me tossing and turning, and I wouldn't get much with his tossing and turning! He slept in our room in a play yard for the first three months and then I started to put him to sleep in his crib - which he took to immediately and easily, luckily. But no child of mine will ever CIO - I listen for him on the monitor and go to him immediately if he wakes up.

It used to take me 30 minutes to get him to bed at night. Now it's taking at least an hour and up to an hour and a half (like tonight). Our routine is to rock/nurse to sleep in his nursery in a darkened room with white noise on. I've made some small progress in that I can pull him off the nipple before he is all the way asleep without him fussing. Then I transfer him to his crib. Lately though, he wakes back up again after 5 minutes. And I have to do it all over again at least once more, sometimes twice more. He's been waking up again now after 3 hours (around 11:30 or midnight) and then will usually sleep until 5 or 5:30, and then he's up for good (though usually ready for a nap around 7:30 or 8:00).

Tonight, he woke back up, I nursed him back into a light sleep, put him down again, he woke up again. He wasn't fussing though, so I lay down on the floor and waited. After about 40 minutes he actually got himself to sleep. So although the whole process took an hour and a half, maybe that is some progress.

We've started adding another step to the routine - we get him into his pajamas and all ready for bed and then Daddy reads a couple of books to him. I finally found a soft, cuddly toy that I want to introduce as his "lovey" and will start including that during reading and nursing to make it part of his sleep routine.

I'm hoping that eventually I will be able to transfer the routine to nap time since right now I still have to nurse him to sleep in bed and then sleep with him. I think I'm going to start trying again soon to get him down for naps in his crib.

No idea, why I had to write a novel about that, but hope it helps to know that you're not alone! So many of the moms in my new mom's group are going through this right now too. And maybe some of the posts in that yahoo group will help.
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I know that I wanted to respond to everyone, but my head is so not capable. I do remember one person asking if it is really illegal to pump gas where I live, and yes, it is. : I love it, I actually kinda don't like to travel outta state cuz Oregon is spoiling me.

Sooo.... my 4th of July has not been what I thought it was going to be. Last night DP and I went out for ice cream and were surprised to find a prime viewing spot for the parade and we marked it so we could show up at a reasonable time in the morning before the parade. DD has also been having sleep issues. Waking up screaming but not hungry. Just needing some comfort and after a bit will go back to sleep. She is waking up about 4x a night, and usually only eats twice. Fast forward to this morning. DD woke at 6:30 and I knew she wouldn't sleep again. So I got up with her and changed her diaper and fed her. Around 7:30 she was OK to sleep again, so I put her in her swing and laid on the couch in front of her to nap. Then around 9AM DP woke and came downstairs as we needed to be downtown for the parade at 10. I woke to and started to feel a pain in my lower abdomen. I thought I just need to poop, so I went upstairs to do that and shower. But, the pain became worse and worse with no urge to umm, do it. Then the pain became such that I broke out in a cold sweat and became nauseous and thought I was going to vomit. :Puke The pain just continued to get more intense, I took off my shirt cuz of the funky sweat and crawled out of the bathroom to lay on the floor. I called out to DP and he called the on-call nurse to satisfy the insurance requirements and was given the go ahead to go to the ER. I was miserable, laying there crying. I think I have a high pain tolerance, so for it to make me cry, I think I have only had that happen one other time, when I had a kidney infection 15 years ago. So we missed the parade and spent 4 hours in the ER. It took 12 mg of morphine in and IV to get me comfortable over the space of 2 hours or so. But they took xrays, blood and urine to find what could be causing the pain. And around 2PM they hadn't determined anything. My white blood cell count was normal, no blood in my urine, or visible stones or other things in the xray. What gives? So they sent me home and I am supposed to go see my regular doc on Monday (not really my regular doc, just the allopathic one). If the pain comes back then I can go back to the ER. They sent me home with a prescription for hydrocodone. It took a large amount of morphine, IMO, to get me pain-free, so how does hydrocodone make sense? I promise that it wouldn't have touched the pain this morning.

Poor DP, we were both looking forward to the parade so much and we couldn't go last year cuz I had all day sickness at the beginning of pregnancy. But we are planning on going to see the fireworks tonight since its not a active event. I hope that it was just some fluke event in some ways, but in others I wish there had been something wrong just to have the satisfaction of results. My biggest worry is if the pain tries to come back full on..... I don't want to go back to the ER cuz they gave me a weak pain reliever.

I'll be back later this weekend and let you all know how I'm doing.

I just read this to see if it makes sense. I think it kinda does, but I apologize for the spelling mistakes and other drug-induced lack of coherence.
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Gen, that sounds scary! I sure hope it doesn't come back. I'll keep fingers crossed for you.

Babybump, sorry to hear about Eli's ear infection. Hope he feels better soon!

applecore, have a fun trip!
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Gen, that sounds scary! I sure hope it doesn't come back. I'll keep fingers crossed for you.
Ah, we cross-posted. Thanks Cynthia.
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Gentle healing, Gen :

Allyn, the Olive remedy should help you deal with the emotional effects of the sleep deprivation but the only solution in the long run is that you need to find a way of nurturing yourself more. If I could give the 1999 version of myself advice, the big thing would be that you need to accept/get/create help if you need it, because a burnt-out mother is worse than useless. Your DH does need to step up to the plate and do more (and if you give me his email address I'm happy to tell him so), and you may wish to think about hiring a cleaner to take that off your mind. I'm hesitant to say this, but: given that Henry sounds a lot like my beautiful, wonderful, talented, spirited, gifted eldest son, I am wondering how much worse things are going to get before they get better. Is there any way at all that you can take a year off from school? 4/5 months was bad for us, but 9 months was a real doozie. By 18 months, though, he was sleeping through the night, at least from 10-5, so hopefully Henry will do the same.

Oh, are you eating right? Fish Oil? That kind of stuff? Are you still on the elimination diet?


OM, I award myself points for each and every load of laundry except the ones that other people put on. As DH ran his first ever load in our new washing machine yesterday (that was bought at Christmas) I tend to rack up a lot of points in the course of a day.

Cynthia : I'm glad you've found a routine that works for you, and I'm happy that Alex has parents like you
I have to admit that I'm on the computer because River is chatting away to himself in bed and it bugs me- it's 3am here. I'm hoping to get back to sleep.

NOS I know in some ways single parenting was easier, but I hope that one day, you find a Steve-equivalent of your very own, if you want one. The presence of a small child in your life is a good way of distinguishing gold from dead-weight, I've noticed.

OK, I'm off to bed, if my miniature tyrant has decided to stop singing at me. Night, all
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Any other C-section mamas here? Was just curious how your scars are healing up. This is my first scar and no idea what it SHOULD be doing. Still seems pretty raised and red! Still gets irritated if my underwear rubs against it too much too. I should probably be using some kind of scar reducing/healing cream on it or something. Anyone have any recommendations?

No c-section, but I have picked up an 8-inch scar across my abdomen in high-school, and I remember it felt like forever before it turned from bright red to eventually purple (I think a bit over a year there) and these days (9 years later) it is still light pink, don't really think about it anymore though. (I actually just showed it to my DP to ask him what colour he thought it looked like these days cause I just really wasn't sure ) I had been waiting for the promised "thin and white" but I think I forgot

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Today was chaotic. I have been searching down a fraudulent charge on my checking account. Somehow some crazy scamming business got access to my checking account. : I have no idea how or even who this company is. So tomorrow I have to cancel my debit cards, close my account and open a new one. Ugh.... that means I have to also notify all the automatic drafts I have set up for payments too. I have to actually go do chores before DP gets home. He's pretty uptight about this.
gods, I feel tired, frazzled and pissed off for you I hate dealing with that kind of crap. I'm sorry

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at the same time he is not napping well either, some days of course are better then others. but you can tell he is so exhausted and will not sleep, I don't understand.

Any ideas onhow to feel better? I know the sleep thing may not work itsefl out for awhile, but I need to feel better, b/c I need to be an active person not a zombie.
Everything you said sounds very familiar. Kaia has never stopped waking constantly at night. Occasionally she will sleep for 4 hours straight at night and I feel like a whole new person and rejoice She doesn't nap either. She didn't use to fight sleep, just didn't nap during the day more than one or two 5 - 15 minute pass outs after nursing and in my arms, and waking and nursing often at night. Now she's been fighting it. Hard core. And it seems like the entire no quality sleep thing is just amplified so much Now I'm spending hours every night trying to get her to stop fighting going bake to sleep, sometimes cranky as all get-out, sometimes just wide awake and having a frickin ball while I try to lull her back into sleepiness. And then getting up at the butt-crack of dawn or earlier. I am NOT a morning person.

So I'm afraid I have no words of wisdom here, except that sometime I let myself have a little extra coffee It tastes even better when you are being naughty : But sometimes I feel a little better when I'm not alone in a struggle.

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Sooo.... my 4th of July has not been what I thought it was going to be.
Oooooh, Gen, I'm so sorry That totally sucks. I know what it can be like to have an undiagnosed issue. I actually got sent to a flippin psychiatrist before the goons figured things out. I hope, hope, hope that it was just a one-time weird event : I'm sorry your day sucked :

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OK, I'm off to bed, if my miniature tyrant has decided to stop singing at me. Night, all
You kill me! we call Kaia this too, and she does the same while we try to get her to sleep, it's so bitter-sweet sometimes but I love it

NOS: I'm sorry I don't really have anything to say, I wish I could do better than a virtual hug :

And zowey, the beautiful babies! I love all the pics, but it's almost killed me getting through this thread the last few days, it's taken me a few cups of coffee, a few beers, a lot of nursing sessions and a few baby's naps!! so I'm not responding to each of you, sorry!

gods, I feel like I've just conquered a beast! Um, with me, Kaia and I are finally doing better, ugh mama & baby sick sucks, and I'm glad this one is over with. I didn't really have interest in the chore wars since it will have to come out of my world of warcraft time, which is already few and far between, but, blast it all, you've all piqued my curiosity! Doomed.

A few weeks ago we found a black widow spider out next to our playground (our house is also a daycare for those who don't know) which is pretty crazy around here, so we thought it was super-cool. Er, so we put her in a jar with twigs and grass and sand and whatnot and have been feeding her. Er.. we're not crazy, right? It's just she's just so neat. She laid an egg-sac the second morning we had her - our new friend with her egg-sac and a junebug wrapped up

In other news, we finally got our camera!!! We ordered one 8 months ago but the inappropriate words on-line company was never really going to send it to us, so we sucked up the additional cost and bought one at a store. It is so cool!! it's a sweet digital camera with manual capabilities (the canon rebel xti) I'm dying with joy :

Oh and we're staying home instead of going up to the cabin, the bloody flood waters have killed the car, so we're not going anywhere until we can fix it. It runs, but not well, and not well enough to drive it a few hours, the grocery store was scary enough. It's all wet and smelly now anyway. We shop-vacced a couple inches of water out of it the other day I'm pretty glad we're not going anyway, I like DP's family and all, but it just seemed like a lot of stress and I'm happy for the quiet extended weekend to ourselves

My apologies for the novel, I understand if not everyone can make it through Here are a few pictures from today and yesterday. There are a lot more camera happy shots if you feel like flipping through

with her beautiful all organic monkey from my parents, the spoiled little imp
we discovered this towel here, we think left-over from DP's niece
my baby and me
drunk. (ok, not really)
lawns are so much fun, aren't they?

Oh yes, and is it okay if our postcards are actually cards instead?
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Oh, and another thing! I don't remember if I've really posted about it here, but I've been struggling with yeast since early pregnancy ( your way, salt_phoenix) and I think it's really, really starting to leave my milk-ducts!!! : : This is a really, really big deal for me. The topical spots suddenly faded and turned white a couple weeks ago, and it encouraged me to add something else to my routine (added GSE) now nursing is starting to be less painful. My nips are less red than I feel like I can remember them at this point! I had pretty much been resigned to dealing with it until I had finished nursing and could do a cleanse. I am SOOOO happy and keeping my fingers crossed! Maybe it really *can* be beaten
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