Monday, March 23, 2009

~post by numbers~

1- Chai Teas I am allowing myself this week. I already consumed 1 yesterday, so no more this week. I need to curb the spending and I'm going to see if the caffeine has possibly began to affect E. He has been staying up late the last couple nights and has been difficult to put down for naps in past few days too.

2- times I cried in past week. One time was because I was in excruciating pain as I knelt down to clean E's room up and landed right ONTO one of his jumbo legos...my knee cap was NOT happy. Oddly, this was nearly as painful as childbirth/c-section recovery and I was nearly paralyzed until the pain subsided. Makes me cringe just thinking about it. The other tearful episode was not nearly as exciting and will go unexplained.

3- days I worked out last week, which means I failed miserably at my goal to work out every night during Spring Break week. Yep, I suck.

4- hours I spent surfing on TwoPeas this weekend. I miss scrapbooking and was 'craving' it, if that is possible. I ended up putting together 3 quick layouts.

5- weeks left in this dreaded semester.

8- bottles of water I should have drank over the weekend. Actual # I drank: 1

9- books on my nightstand waiting to be read.

10- times (so far) I've wished I could have stayed in bed today.

11- hours left in my day. *sigh*

4 comments:

em said...

Since I've been on bed rest I have not had a single Chai. I can't believe I am still functioning... ;)

~**Dawn**~ said...

I am telling you, kids' toys are *evil*. I can't even count the number of related injures I sustained in five years at the daycare!

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charis77d said...

My husband and I came up with a term for harm-by-lego. We called it being "lego-ed". It's a definite hazard of being a parent, even more so when raising a son.