My wrist hurts a little less so hopefully I can get through this before any children need to be fed. Based on a very scientific method called “I told my friends my wrist hurt and they suggested it might be the same thing they once had” I have diagnosed myself with De Quervain’s tenosynovitis. Basically, yes, your wrist hurts, you’re a woman, you’ve recently been pregnant and you do a lot of baby care. That seems like a pretty definite diagnosis, even though the treatment is “take some ibuprofen and stop lifting so many babies”.
The plan is to turn this into a playroom that is sometimes a guest room
My children are as good at ignoring me as I am at ignoring them
Today’s task: clean the toys that were on the front porch
The other baby needs cuddly naps too
Everyone wants to help
Salt is important
This is not Linc’s bed, but don’t tell him that
The waiting room at my OB’s office has an actual working fireplace
No more pile of shoes by the back door!!!!
Help, I can’t find my body!
Remember: not being on Jeopardy makes you a failure
Good humans stand on tables, I guess
I give this a B+, will drink again
Caroline’s first protest
Good job, Hartford
Finn is still skeptical that anyone would be against equal rights
If my baby would agree to take a nap I could officially get caught up on blogging for the rest of the week, but as of right now he thinks biting me and laughing is more fun that sleep. It’s not my favorite. I’d much prefer crossing stuff off my to-do list, because I am on a roll and the chances that I might actually get ALL THE LAUNDRY IN THE HOUSE put away are pretty good. Miracles do happen.