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My Life To-Do List
Currently on my Life Wish List:
Sell something on Etsy.
I won $100 in the office NCAA pool. I've been told that I HAVE to spend it on me - and not on something I would've bought anyways. What would you spend it on?
Asked on 7th April 2009 | 2 replies
My 9 yr old daughter wants to sleep over at a friend's house on Friday (Halloween). She has slept over at this friend's house before so the idea of a sleepover is not a problem. I had plans for how we would spend Halloween evening. Should I change
Asked on 29th October 2008 | 1 reply
What time do you get up in the morning?
Answered on 23rd April 2009:
whatever time the baby wakes up to eat, usually between 5:30am and 7:30am. The baby usually goes back to sleep for at least another 30 minutes, but I know that if I went back to sleep at that point we'd all be late to school/work.
Just went back to work today and realizing that my son really needs to start going to bed at 8pm because I have to wake him earlier now...how does one cope with only seeing their 7 week old for 2 hours afterwork! Not to mention those two hrs are usually h
Answered on 7th April 2009:
I'm right there with you. My daughter is 11.5 weeks old. I told my mom the other day that it feels like all I ever do is try to put her to sleep. By the time I'm home, she's usually all done with playtime and just wants to snuggle and sleep. By the time I get home from work, she's usually only awake for 2-3 hours. Since she LOVES baths, I try to bathe her at least 2-3 times during the week. Plus we use sleepy-time bath stuff so it's good to use before bed. Then I feed her and I rock her to sleep. Then I spend all of Saturday and Sunday with her. Also, since my mom watches her two days per week and my mom lives close to my work, I go there over my lunch break. And I have a current picture of my baby in a frame on my desk at work and I made a photo collage (that I change regularly) as my computer's background. And even though it exhausts me, I - usually - get up and do the middle of the night feedings so that I can see her a little more.