, I'm so sorry about your clothes! I gave ALL of my pregnancy & baby stuff away when we decided we were done with babies, and then just a few months later, we changed our minds. Fortunately for me, I'm pretty sure my friend to whom I gave all my maternity clothes and my mei tais will almost certainly return what she still has. I did tell her to donate whatever she couldn't use, though, and she's a bit smaller than I am, so I'm not completely sure what I'll get back. My diapers are still MIA. I texted the girl I gave them to and she said she'd be willing to return them (she isn't using them any more), but so far, she hasn't given any indication she's for real. I'm not holding my breath.
As expensive as maternity clothes are, I'm more upset about the diapers, honestly. I'll have to spend something like $700 to replace those. So, I feel your pain!! Also, I can't commiserate with you about the BH. I never did get them very much until the very end, and even then, they're never very strong.
Harris, my sons have both had night terrors at different ages. My oldest has them more frequently, and more severely than my youngest, and they seem to come in waves. He'll have them for a few weeks, and then none for months. He actually sleep-walks and sometimes talks during them, but always while sobbing. I don't remember exactly when they started, but they really do come in spurts- I think it's related to growth patterns or development of new skills. He hasn't had any now in quite some time. I hope you get some rest soon.
, It's a bit late, but I'm sorry for your tough day last week. It sounds really rough.
I don't really have anything new to report from my sphere, except I'm so ready to be done with school!! My mantra has been "4 more weeks"! I have a quiz I have to take tomorrow, a lecture and 3 chapters of the textbook, and then I really have to get started on the 3 papers and 10 case studies that are due in a couple of weeks!
Can't wait for this stress to be done so I can project calm and love to my little bean more consistently. Not to mention focusing more attention to my current kids' lives and school.