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Sarah, that was not what I thought your spoiler was going to say. Phew! If you have any idears, PM me, I'll do what I can.
Yeah, not pregnant. I'm still working on DH on that one.


Speaking of DH, he got a new job! : Making double. Thank goddess, now we can actually pay our bills!!!!!

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So, all this baby leaving talk made me realize I was just wildly making assumptions about Harper's comfort level. Today I went to work at the coffee shop instead of staying home while she and the sitter play, and she did just fine. They went on a walk, fed the ducks, and ate lunch. The sitter sends me cam phone pictures of her periodically because she knows i am a nervous nellie. Even without this, I can tell that not one tear was shed, because Harper gets blotchy if she gets the least bit upset. So I got back after getting an amazing amount of work done, and Harper was all "hi mom!" as if I never left. In fact, it's only when she sees me around the house that she thinks to run over and be clingy. When I'm just not an option, she seems to adapt and enjoy herself. It took a few months to get her comfortable with the sitter, however. But it's harder for me to leave than it is for her to go play, I think. I feel replaced and jealous!

Sarah, that was not what I thought your spoiler was going to say. Phew! If you have any idears, PM me, I'll do what I can.
Glad Harp is doing so well with her care provder :

I agree, I expected that spoiler to be something else!!

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We play the "where is PHilip?" game, and when he takes the scarf off of his head, we can suddenly "see" him. He thinks it's hilarious.
Katie loves this game too.

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So I got back after getting an amazing amount of work done, and Harper was all "hi mom!" as if I never left. In fact, it's only when she sees me around the house that she thinks to run over and be clingy. When I'm just not an option, she seems to adapt and enjoy herself.
That's great!

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That's great, Helen! And sad too, I know. Big girl's all growed up. :

Sarah, that's wonderful news!
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I agree, I expected that spoiler to be something else!!
Srsly Sarah, as I was highlighting, my eyes were : Good news for Brad's job!

Too much else to catch up on right now, so I'll just poke my head in and say "hi!"

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Sarah, that's wonderful news!
It really is. He's thrilled. We got in to bed last night, and he let out a huge sigh, and said, "I'm so relieved that you don't have to go back to work." :

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Srsly Sarah, as I was highlighting, my eyes were : Good news for Brad's job!
Sorry sorry. I'm freakishly fertile and all, but the IUD seems to be doing its job. ()

Maybe once we're caught up and actually have a savings account, we can reopen the baby discussion.

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Awww.. Sarah!
(And, what's a savings account? Is it the same as a checking account?)

Hey! !!!! Yay me!
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Ah ha! I've found you!

No time to chat as a squirming nursing babe (please, I'm not ready to say "toddler" yet even though he's been walking for months) in my arms ... just bookmarking for future reference

Great to "see" you all

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Awww.. Sarah!
(And, what's a savings account? Is it the same as a checking account?)
Ha!

You know those things some people have that they put extra money in to so that if the car ever breaks down, or the kid needs braces, or someone gets laid off for a month, they can still survive 'cause they have this extra money that's been collecting interest? Yeah. We want to be "those people."


Yay 1000!


Hey, Kara.

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Will you guys please click the link in my sig and tell me what you think of the site?

Yes, I know there are a lot of kinks that need to be worked out.

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Sarah, nice site!

We have a walnut tree here, and Talula loves to play with the whole walnuts. She is sitting on me right now, stuffing them into my cleavage. What a creative little chipmunk. No one will find them there!
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Sarah, nice site!

We have a walnut tree here, and Talula loves to play with the whole walnuts. She is sitting on me right now, stuffing them into my cleavage. What a creative little chipmunk. No one will find them there!
Except maybe Joey!
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We have a walnut tree here, and Talula loves to play with the whole walnuts. She is sitting on me right now, stuffing them into my cleavage. What a creative little chipmunk. No one will find them there!
Either that or she thinks your boobs are superboobies that can crush walnuts for her to eat!

Sarah, nice site - easy to navigate, which is important.

Finally got around to a well visit for K, a week shy of 13 months: 31 inches, 23 pounds. Love our ped. Asked if she was still nursing and said, "great!", recommended soy, rice, and then said, "aw, you know what you're doing, what am I worreid about?" when I mentioned K doesn't like cow's milk, and then said, "she's sleeping well for you cause she's in bed with you guys, right?" She's the coolest. I consented to a med student being in the room with us, and as we were leaving she was out at the desk with the student and she made some comment to me about an article she read, and she turned to the student and said, "Heather is one of my reader moms, I don't have to worry about anything with her." :

Annnnyhoo. Toodles mamas.

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Except maybe Joey!

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Finally got around to a well visit for K, a week shy of 13 months: 31 inches, 23 pounds. Love our ped. Asked if she was still nursing and said, "great!", recommended soy, rice, and then said, "aw, you know what you're doing, what am I worreid about?" when I mentioned K doesn't like cow's milk, and then said, "she's sleeping well for you cause she's in bed with you guys, right?" She's the coolest. I consented to a med student being in the room with us, and as we were leaving she was out at the desk with the student and she made some comment to me about an article she read, and she turned to the student and said, "Heather is one of my reader moms, I don't have to worry about anything with her." :
Loveyes inDEED! Wow. I'm in love with your ped. Can she split her time between NY and WA? I purposefully found a D.O. instead of M.D. but I wasn't impressed with his holisticness... and I'm, duh, not the crunchiest carrot in the bunch. Still want some crunchy with my doc.

Our new countertops are in! Another thing to be all lovey dovey about. They're soooo pretttttyyyyyyy.

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She is sitting on me right now, stuffing them into my cleavage. What a creative little chipmunk. No one will find them there!
Katie does this too. Her favorite thing to stuff in there is the cell phone, but apparently it's also a good place for crackers.

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That's awesome! Glad you have such a great doc. I'm still trying to train mine.

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Except maybe Joey!
Not with the dry spell we've been having.
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Will you guys please click the link in my sig and tell me what you think of the site?
my one suggestion would be make links so that when you click on the items you can see a bigger picture of the items...it's really hard to tell what the items look like via those little pix.

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my one suggestion would be make links so that when you click on the items you can see a bigger picture of the items...it's really hard to tell what the items look like via those little pix.
yeah, that's on the list


and, um, nobody click it now. it's not there.

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We're joining the jobby job train. DH got a new job!!!

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I haven't been grocery shopping in three weeks, things were getting that tight financially. Thank the gods for prepraid CSAs and WIC. But this new job pays almost twice what he's making now. If we're frugal, we can pay off our cc's and student loans in 2 years. Our mortgage in five. And set up retirement, emergency, and college savings.



And I can stop looking for a(nother) job. Which is a good thing, because Bastian's going through a major mama-cling phase right now. He's actually gotten jealous of Qualia nursing a couple times recently, climbing over her and screaming if she gets to nurse first. But oh, he's so sweet the rest of the time. He just started doing hugs and kisses. Makes me melt every time those chubby little arms wrap around my neck and squeeze and he tucks his head into my shoulder for a snuggle. :
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We have hugs and snuggles too! So sweet, I love it. Makes up for the bunch of times she bit me today.

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We're joining the jobby job train. DH got a new job!!!

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I haven't been grocery shopping in three weeks, things were getting that tight financially. Thank the gods for prepraid CSAs and WIC. But this new job pays almost twice what he's making now. If we're frugal, we can pay off our cc's and student loans in 2 years. Our mortgage in five. And set up retirement, emergency, and college savings.



And I can stop looking for a(nother) job. Which is a good thing, because Bastian's going through a major mama-cling phase right now. He's actually gotten jealous of Qualia nursing a couple times recently, climbing over her and screaming if she gets to nurse first. But oh, he's so sweet the rest of the time. He just started doing hugs and kisses. Makes me melt every time those chubby little arms wrap around my neck and squeeze and he tucks his head into my shoulder for a snuggle. :
That's awesome, Sarah! Great feeling, huh?

We didn't even qualify for WIC, because on paper we had plenty of money. The government of course won't let us factor in the $750/mon we pay to B's x. If they would let us do that we could have gotten some assistance.

And I whole-heartedly agree...thank goddess for pre-paid CSAs!

And google. 'Cause without google I would not know 4738591 ways to eat a cucumber.

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Oh dear goodness. K has 3 molars breaking skin right now. Poor kid is miserable. And it gets worse than that. How does it get worse, you ask? Because DH is on his working shift now so I'm flying solo. Ack.:

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Jes -- that sucks. Big Dog. Something is up with our progeny as well, because the kid WILL. NOT. GO. TO. SLEEP. She went down like buttah right after her bath, etc, but less than an hour later popped back up and she won't nurse, she's had the full gamut of possible remedies, and she just keeps crying and growling in arms. So much fun.

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Have you tried giving her some water? K had a night like that about a week ago, with the refusal to nurse and everything, I offered her some water and she crashed right out again and slept a long time.

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Congrats on all the new jobs!

Teeth...she just broke #11 through. Is working on #12 at the same time.

I don't know if this goes with the teeth, but she's become a super restless sleeper lately. She flails all around the bed in her sleep, and she ends up in weird positions, like down by my knees, lying between us like the bar of an H. Once I woke up to catch her almost at the edge of the bed, while still totally asleep. That makes me nervous, even though the bed isn't very high. One night we had her in the crib, and she woke up sideways in that with her head jammed against the bars. And we're back to very frequent wakings, after a period of maybe 1-2 a night. My husband is a genius and answers HONESTLY when people ask how she sleeps (whereas I smile and say "fine!,") so I got my SIL telling me "oh, it took me until 2 to learn to let J. cry, you'll get there." mmmmmkay.
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Must be something in the water. K was crap sleep last night, too. Up from 1am-3am, eyes closed, flopping around moaning, after water, teething tabs, and Motrin. I am zonked today, but she slept in until almost 8am. How nice for her!

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When people ask me how they sleep, I say, "Like a baby...up every hour and a half." Usually they just laugh and leave it at that. No one has ever recommended I try CIO...I guess I give off a "don't give me stupid parenting advice" vibe?

J sleeps like a teenager. Down at 10, nurse at 4, nurse at 7, and doesn't want to get out of bed 'til 10 or 10:30 the next morning.

S2 has started growling at us if we have to wake her up early, just like her big sister. Apparently I'll have a house full of teenagers sooner than expected.

Still working on molars here. 4 at once. She's not quite to the miserable stage yet, but we're getting ominously close.

J is scooting, sometimes with his knees up under his body. Hasn't figured out how to work the arms yet, and I'm okay with that.

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Job train... add me! yay!

Our sleep last night wasn't good either, but the night before was ok. I think P went from 10-3 w/o waking last night but I might have just been so out of it that I didn't notice. Then he was all wiggly and whiney for the rest of the night, and would only be placated by constant nursing (now my back hurts). Now, sorry if TMI, he did wake up and have a massive poop of corn (since we unwisely let him consume 2 cobs of it on Friday!) and is likely better. Note to self-- moderate corn consumption.

Molars are still coming in, three have broken through.

He is pointing now, which I find really funny. Yesterday he pointed at my pancake and when I gave him more of it, he got really happy. He also points at boobs, at the sky, and at something he wants you to give him. Sometimes he'll point for no reason-- hand up in the sky with a proud look on his face.

Food: I fed him those little Amys spinach pockets and he really liked them, but they gave him garlic breath which seemed kind of wrong. He's such a good eater. Though, when he's done with something, he'll just throw it on the floor, and that gets kind of old.

I officially won the Vienna sausage argument. DH called me one day from the grocery store and asked which vegetarian product to get-- corndogs or chicken nuggets. I told him neither, because they were so processed. He then got Vienna sausages (which I'd told him before I didn't want P to have) and didn't tell me until after he'd fed them to P. I got really mad, and hurt. At least my mother agreed that she wouldn't feed them to a baby-- I wouldn't even eat them myself. My MIL, of course, said "my children are all very intelligence and I fed THEM vienna sausages" : yeah but I'M NOT YOU.
Also MIL said she dreams of having babies whenever there is another grandchild on the way. That seems kind of strange to me.

Ok, off to work. Ha!


(Oh, ETA, I do not think people who feed their kids vienna sausages are bad parents! No judgment! )
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New job? Yay!


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sleep. still up and down. some days she sleeps brilliantly.. others it's the flip flop of the half dead fish with the moaning and head butting. plus it icky humid here (nothing like other places, i know, but it's icky for here!) so we're all sleeping crappy!

day two of childcare provider : lets hope things go smoothly.

congrats on all the new jobs:

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