So! This has been quite a week. Yes indeed, it sure has. I'm not going to get into it, but I will give you a hint. Mia ate M&Ms for breakfast this morning and has already watched two hours of tv today and will be watching another hour tonight while she feasts on another bowl of M&Ms. These are uncommon events in her life, I assure you.
Hey! Did you know that two-year-olds are immune to reason and there is no amount of talking you can do to make them stop screaming long enough to take the damned x-ray when they have decided they are not interested in participating in the damned x-ray? Fortunately though, two-year-olds are not immune to stickers.
Hey again! This entire paragraph (on a different subject) was just redacted based on the realization that I can't tell you guys about that either!
Owen is two months old today. Yay him! Letter coming tomorrow once I a) get his weight and stuff from his well check tomorrow and b) am able to pull my face out of the bag of M&Ms long enough to type it. Guess what? Turns out I stress eat! Who knew?
Also, the cleaning lady came today, and every time she shows up it takes all my willpower to stop myself from making out with her. People (ok, just my mom really) keep asking if she does a good job, but I don't even care. She could bring her own dirt from home and spread it liberally around my house and I would still want to make out with her because the fact that I am paying someone to clean my house excuses me from ever doing it no matter what a pig sty the place is at any given time. At least, it does in my mind.
Oh screw it, let's all just agree to give up on this one, ok? I'll be back once I have crossed the hurdle of the two medical-type people I have to deal with tomorrow (which will bring the grand total of medical-type people contact for this week to... 9? 10? I've lost count). And man, you know it's serious when I am having all these dealings with medical-type people and can't even work up the energy to pretend I have the hots for a single one of them. If I start telling you how boring firemen are, it may be time to stage an intervention.