Sunday, August 12, 2012

I'd blog more, but my kid is just too cute to stare at a computer screen.

I wrote this on Friday and am posting it today, which makes the content even more true... 

Ok, so that's partially true.  I do stare at Monkey a lot, but when I'm not staring at her, I'm doing other stuff that takes away from my computer time (which is currently spent only on my phone).  Here's a breakdown of my day...

- Feedings/pumping takes an hour from start to finish. 10-12 feedings = 10-12 bottles and pumpings
- Monkey pees and pees and pees so diapers are constantly changed (she's gone through 3 in an hour before).  She does not, however, poop a lot, so that's nice.
- I'm getting roughly 5 hours of sleep a night (maybe 6) and then a nice 2-3 hour nap when my mom comes over in the morning.
- There's also the house keeping.  Ha! Let's be honest, I'm not doing much. On any given day I have lofty goals of doing the dishes, laundry, and cleaning up the living room and I only get one thing done (if that).

So that's why I haven't been blogging.  So I'm working on prescheduled posts (and I'm so sleep deprived that I even scheduled two posts for one day this week - week I luckily caught at 5 am before the other post hit).

Here's what else is going on in our lives....

1. Monkey and I went to lunch, church, the library, AND the post office today Friday. We are now done running errands for the next 25 years.

2. I am ready to chuck my phone out the window as it won't record videos (how am I supposed to share pictures of the cutest kid in town?!) and has a million other flaws.  I'm lobbying for a video camera...

3. We always thought our kids would have bad eyesight, so we took Monkey to the eye doc early this week and he's already prescribed glasses.

4. No baby has more gas than our baby. She challenges every one (baby or adult) to a farting contest (and she'll win). 

5. Speaking of gas, Monkey seems to have inherited the Elsea digestive tract and the Stephenson sinuses (she's also a sneezer). 

6. The Olympics seem to have ran out of real sports to show and are now moving on to non-sports like ribbon dancing, synchronized ball throwing, and other dancy "this isn't something I care for my country to be dominant at" kinds of things. It's dumb. D-u-m-b, dumb. 

Now I'm going to try to right a weekend rewind for tomorrow....

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