First let me start with the fact that I have ROYALLY bad PMS and should not be confronted with stupidity, lameness, or “pity me” attitudes today. Last night I got 3 hours of sleep. Here is why. Stinkerbell was fussy for some reason and woke up every 30 minutes crying her eyes out. After the third time I finally we up and brought her to bed with me. She instantly fell asleep and stayed asleep. Only I didn’t fall asleep until midnight. That is when dear hubby got home crawled into bed and began SNORING as loud as EVER. I had just literally fallen asleep. WTF? He kept me up for an hour with his snoring. I finally woke him, put Stinkerbell with him, and moved to the couch. Then at 4:30am Stinkerbell decides that she is ready to get up. Great. So, because Hubby has to run an office I get to get up with her. I’m thinking, he’ll be up in an hour anyways and we can move to the bed then. No. He proceeds to hit snooze until 7am. Awesome. Then he has the audacity to tell me that he is “tired.” Really. You’re tired? Because I got F’ing 3.5 hours of sleep last night and have been up since 4 am with a child who clearly ingested massive amounts of caffeine behind our backs. Okay, I didn’t say this to him, but I did just stare at him when he said it. I think he got the point. On top of all of this I have to get everyone packed for our weekend trip to his parent’s house. This also includes making sure the house is suitable to leave for a few days (i.e. cats have clean litter and plenty of food, no dirty dishes in the sink, no laundry in the washer, no trash in the trashcan, etc.) Don’t get me wrong, I am aware that as a stay at home mom these duties fall into my job title, but don’t complain to me about something such as being tired when you are FULLY aware of how exhausted I am.
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In this new phase in my life I find that I am learning more and more everyday. To me it’s exciting and challenging. It makes me appreciate what the world has to offer me. Some of what I learn may not be of any interest to you and that’s okay but some of it will. Also, some of it may just provide you with comic relief!
Five things I learned this week:
1. Kicking my husband a thousand times while he is sleeping is not a sure fire way to stop his snoring. Usually it works after several swift kicks accompanied by me saying “STOP SNORING!” he was still sawing logs. I was pretty sure that I was hearing them echo on the baby monitor.
2. Peaches left in a grocery bag on your counter will mold at rapid speed. I swear they were only there for a few days. I didn’t have room in the fridge for them and thought they would be fine. Nope. Also, squishy + mold= gag gag gag gag
3. Google has a program called Google reader. I can now view all of the blogs that I follow without having to go to each of the sites. You can find it at www.google.com/reader. It’s so cool. I can go to one page and read all of the most recent posts from my favorite blogs. Thanks Jennie for showing me this! It ROCKS!
4. That I will never again be on time due to having a child. For example, LC will wait until we are heading out the door to poop. She will also wait until we have very little time to get somewhere and spit up. Also, I can’t make it through the store without at least three people stopping me to see my little lovebug and then proceeding to tell me ALL about their premie experiences. While I wouldn’t change having her for anything in the worl, it sure would be nice to be on time for once. Note to all those out there- if you want me somewhere on time you’d better tell me the time is 30 mins before it actually is.