Wednesday, January 6, 2010

My boob is on fire!

Thank you Thrush!

It's like crazy and my poor baby has it in his mouth too!

Luckily we already have some GV and have started treatment. Hope it goes away fast!

I have other things to worry about..

We have to move..

We absolutely adore our landlords, so it is going to be so hard to leave them. We believe we have to do it for our health and that of our kids.
The house is a 1910 farm house and we love the idea of it. Very cute and has lots of personality!

The down side is no insulation, old windows, old duct work, only an old furnace to heat it. We are worried that it is blowing a lot of dust and dirt around and is possibly making us and keeping us sick. Not to mention possible lead paint and several other concerns.

Sadly we will be giving up a lot of land, of course our wonderful landlords, and incredibly low rent.

Praying God brings us a house that is perfect and healthy for us...and that we can afford it!

Life with kids

It often seems to run together. The same stuff day after day after year. I often can't remember what I did yesterday and what was the day before.
I guess that's why it still shocks me when I get those moments of clarity. You know the ones when something happens or your kid does something that makes you stop and really focus. It's in that moment that no matter what is making your life crappy, you can just smile and remember why you do what you do and put up with all the bullshit.
I had one of those today. It was so refreshing! My daughter walked up and was jabbering at me like usual except this time I really stopped and listened to her. She is incredibly smart and has a huge vocabulary for her age. She told me "Mommy, I have pretty hair. Baby Trace is hitting Homer on Mommy's shirt. Buba is making the airplane crash." I studied her gorgeous blue eyes and when she noticed me looking, she got this huge satisfied grin on her face and blushed.
It makes me wonder what other amazing things I miss her saying when I am too busy with life to listen. Sometimes I wish I could film them 24hrs a day and go back and watch it all later to see what I missed.