Well, last night did not go so great either. I'm hoping my sweet baby girl has hit a growth spurt and that she's not morphing into the spawn on Chucky. Ok, that's a bit dramatic. Let's just say that I hope this is a phase because I am tired!
I have some errands to run today, so I can't go home to rest...but tomorrow that bed is all mine!!! I'm not gonna feel guilty either. NOPE, I'll do whatever it takes to survive. Ha! Now that stupid song is stuck in my head...thank you Gloria Gaynor and the 1970's Disco movement.
Speaking of surviving, I have to endure the stupid line at the County Clerks office to pay the taxes on our cars. Nothing like waiting until the last possible minute. Then I have to run by the audiologist to have my IFB fixed...that would be my earpiece for work. Finally, I'm meeting a lady to sell Eli's baby bedding.
Ya'll, I have discovered the equivalent to online yard sales. Not only do I not have to leave the comfort of my home, I can also sell my own things...perfect for when you live in the country. People even get into bidding wars. Ha!
The final thing on my "to do" list is to hit up the park again. Yeah, we're back to bribery...I mean positive reinforcement. Who knows, maybe all my stars will align perfectly tonight and I'll get some sleep.
Happy 2020, everyone! I know I'm a month and a half behind, but ya'll, January was brutal! Not brutal in a tragic kind of way but in a "life will wear you out" kind of way. It started off with the flu...times three! Eric, Ellie and I had Flu B and missed the first week back to school and work. Then Eli was diagnosed with Flu A two weeks later. Thankfully, my in-laws stepped in to help so that we didn't have to miss any more time at work. On top of the sickness, we listed our house for sale. The work it takes getting ready for market is just crazy. But we also have people coming in and out of our home at all hours and it's just kinda overwhelming. Plus, we are finalizing everything with the builder. In full transparency, working with the builder has been the easiest part! Maybe I'll do a little update on the whole building process later this week. Now that the dust has settled on 2020, I'm going to try my very hardest to keep this litt