our landlord is here we mentioned mold..well they are just being on the safe side and put this bleach solution in the basement...UMMM I AM GETTING HIGH JUST SITTING HERE! thank god landon is sleeping upstairs but man we are going to have to do some shopping when he wakes up
they are also FINALLY fixing the hole we have above our dining room since we had the flood and the pipes burst on every freaking floor....no rush or anything
Last edited by PaulaJoFSU; 05-28-2009 at 03:05 PM.
I didn't wake up to check on her because I'm usually pretty good UNTIL she wakes up the first time. When she goes back to sleep is when I hear EVERY sound she makes and get up to check on her. DH of course never hears ANYTHING. On the weekends, when he gets with her, I have to WAKE HIM up. Crossing my fingers, she'll repeat.
Same here. Noelle was screaming less than 2 feet from him last night and SNORE. Amazing, just amazing.
The appointment is at 2pm tomorrow. The lesions are definitely better today. Not smaller, but a lot less red and irritated looking. Maybe they're on their way to healing?? I hope. Thanks for asking!
Ah, the 'where is everyone going to sleep' question. I think about this a lot... we have two bds upstairs and two downstairs. The master (upstairs) is HUGE and we hate to give it up. Noelle's room is great for her but would be a little cramped if she had to share, plus I'd also hate to wake her up with a LO crying. But there's NO WAY Noelle is going to sleep downstairs while we sleep upstairs. Between fears of an intruder or her deciding to just start wandering around while we're sleeping, no thanks! The two bds downstairs are really too small for DH and myself, plus we use one of them as a study/den. Noelle slept in our room for about 8 weeks, so I'm sure we'd go at least that long with a new baby - maybe we'll get lucky with another good sleeper and then it won't be a huge deal for them to share. Noelle's crib converts to a toddler bed, so we'll probably just get a new crib when the time comes and Noelle will keep her bed.
Julie - If my stomach looked like that I wouldn't be busting my but trying to drink water all day and exercise and I most definitely wouldn't be complaining about having none of my summer clothes fit even though the temps now are staying in the 80's and 90's. I told DH I might want a shopping spree for my birthday.
Paula - It's a start. Sorry about the fumes though. At least they are taking your mold consideration serious, especially with a baby in the house.