Do you take a look at the posts people read via your stats sometimes? Last Sunday I noticed that someone had read my post from 2 years ago on Biaxin. Some poor soul out there is desperately trying to find a way to get their toddler to down the darned medication. If you’re reading this, best of luck!
After practicing getting into baby bear mode for the past week, Elliot managed to pull up on his own yesterday. He was so proud!
I realized yesterday that my contact me page sends people to an email that I don’t use anymore. I found four email that had been sent over the past year to me via the contact form. I’m bummed because I missed out on four guest post requests that would have been really interesting. Now, I only have to figure out how to change the address. Does anyone have an idea how? At worst, I’ll just contact someone at live chat. I hear they’re life-savers.
Yesterday, I finished going through all of my clothing. I’m planning on writing a separate post on the process, but I will say this: I never thought of myself as having a lot of clothing, but oh boy, the process put things into perspective!
Saturday was our weekly movie night. We watched Moana together (am I the only one who loves this movie and who can’t seem to get the music out of her head?). I’d seen it once before when I went to the movies with Charles and still enjoyed it thoroughly, as did everyone else!
It never ceases to amaze me how quickly the human body adapts. After suffering from really sore calves for three days after doing my first transition run I haven’t had any soreness since – this despite doubling my run time to 2 min run/ 1 min walk. I also had significantly less trouble with my breathing.
The weather seems to be on a warming trend (finally!). For the next week, the highs are forcasted to be on the plus side even dipping into the double digits near the start of next week. P.s.: I’m doing a happy dance right now.
Tonight we’re eating some chili. Yummy! I’m planning on trying to cook the beans in my slow-cooker, because each time I make red kidney beans, they always seem to turn out crunchy.
I saw that Star Trek Beyond has come out on Netflix. I’m eager to find some time to watch it.
I received the steam mop I ordered last week. I felt like a kid who’d just received a much coveted gift and I couldn’t wait to try it. I am super happy with it. I love how easy it it to clean my floors now!
What’s on your mind this Tuesday? Feel free to comment of link up to a random thought post of your own!
I don’t know hoe you were when you first became a parent, but with my first, I was a little obsessed with milestones at first.
You know, the normal kind of milestones: first smile, first tooth, first time rolling over…
But there is another kind of milestone. These ones can’t be found in a book or cute little checklist format. These are the milestones were seldom (if ever) take the time to document because, well…they kind of make us annoyed.
I’m talking of things like: first tantrum in a public place, first time your kid pooped his/her pants, first time a mirror was “washed” with toothpaste (hiya little sister!).
And, of course, first time your kid figured out that if you keep the drain closed, the water will eventually overflow from the bathroom sink.
Yeah. That one happened today. My daughter decided to wash her hands by herself. I should have known something was wrong; she’d been far too quiet far too long. She came upstairs completely drenched saying that there was a spill downstairs. I went downstairs to find the bathroom sink overflowing, taps still running and a rather large puddle on the floor.
On the plus side, my basement bathroom floor is clean now. Plus, she did come and get me she could have just decided to continue playing in the water.
Do you have any unsung milestones to add to the list?
The little guy spent his whole weekend with a permanent smile on his face…as he walked away. Not that he’d walk for the camera…
My drive to work this morning was absolutely beautiful. I have a half-hour drive to work and most of it is on a road in the middle of fields. There was a thick (read very thick) fog and because of the snow-covered fields on either side of the road, it felt like I was driving through the clouds in a fantasy land.
Communication is an odd thing. Between what you want to say, what you actually said, what you think you said, what your interlocutor heard and what s/he interpreted there is sometimes a world of difference.
I would like to give something to my son’s sitter for Christmas because I’m am so happy with her in-home daycare and how happy my son is there, but I’m am at a loss as to what to give her as I don’t know her very well yet. Any ideas?
I’m currently doing a Masters-level course on effective education practices and it’s is really interesting. I’ll probably be writing about it in more detail soonish.
In less than a week, my son will have completely switched to formula. I can’t put my finger on how I feel about this probably because I’m feeling waaaaay too many emotions at once LOL.
My cluster for my dash is broken. This means that my speedometer, my RPM meter and my gas meter aren’t working. Soooo, I need to rely on the sound of my motor in relation to the position of my shifter (thank goodness I drive stick!) to determine my speed and my odometer to determine when I need to put gas in my car. My mechanic told me he’d have time to fix it after the holidays…
I’m really trying to figure out how I want to organize my professional life this year. I already know that I don’t want to be teaching in a classroom and that I love teaching resource, but right now, I’m working part-time in one school, doing one evening of tutoring, another evening and half of Saturday teaching resource in a private clinic and tomorrow, I’m meeting with human resources at a private school because they’re looking for someone who can teach resource about 10 hours a week to grade 11 and 12 students!
This weekend, I am making a dairy-free carob cake to celebrate my son’s birthday at my parents’. I just need to find a recipe base I can modify 😀
Started watching Dexter (I’ve only watched one episode so far) I’m not sure how I feel about it. It’s weird yet interesting, disturbing yet refreshingly different.
Well, it’s 6:26pm (EST). My son is officially a year old.
Let me repeat that. Little Dude is 1! I can scarcely believe how quickly time has flown.
I think my son must have heard the song “It’s my birthday and I can cry if I want to” too many times, because today, he is in all out crankiness mode.
Of course, that *might* have to do with the fact that he’s teething…again… (yup, red cheeks, trouble falling asleep, excess drool, biting while nursing, swollen gums). It’s top pre-molar time.
Besides that, he’s doing great. Yesterday he went with his father to see his pediatrician and everything checks out. He’s now up to 10.34kg (or about 23 pounds) and 75 cm long. She’s not worried about the fact that he’s not walking yet as she says it’s not unusual at that age to not feel safe enough to walk yet. She was pleased with the variety of foods he was eating and happy to hear that we’d gotten answers from our visit with the pediatric allergist.
I thought that I’d recap some monthly photos of him too see his evolution over the past 12 months.