Speaking of things that happen at daycare ... as we were leaving daycare the other day, Teagan points to the door jam and tells me "No fingers in the door!!!" I asked her if someone had stuck their fingers on the door and she told me "Yeah, Mick CRYING!!" That's the first report I've ever gotten from her as to what they'd done that day and it was about her friend getting his fingers mushed. Poor little guy. He must have been really upset for it to have made such an impression on Teagan.
Aw, poor Mick! Although T is getting older and a lot more talkative, so I'm sure that has something to do with it too. (That part of the story is cute!)
Originally Posted by TiggersMommy
Instead of cleaning, how about you eat and take a nap?
I'll have some breakfast at work, I always keep a loaf of raisin toat in the freezer for days when I get hungry so even though I have a 9am teleconference they can wait while I make some toast and I put myself on mute and eat.
I also forgoit about Ronin's lnch box the past two days and it had been in the car, yeah not pleasant to clean this morning.
Wendy, I agree with everyone else. Also, since your DH won't do it. I would suggest you ask your mom to watch him for an afternoon or a couple of hours so you can take a break. I know you don't want to bother her (your not) but she seems very willing to help.
Lucas has been super clingy the past couple of weeks and crying when I drop him off in the mornings. I also think he has been having some nightmares. Today my provider told me a new girl started her trial there and was having huge anxiety attacks. She was only 11 months, but she was freaking out so much that she was upsetting the other kids, and even her dogs. We are wondering if this is contributing to Lucas' clinginess. Thankfully the mom took her out and said she wasn't ready for daycare yet so she won't be going there anymore.
is it terrible that i am taking all Lucas' candy that I don't like and putting it back into my bowl to give out?
Totally did the same thing! In fact we gave out half of his ToT candy and kept more of ours. Speaking of which we had waaaaaay few kids go down our street so I had to start handing out 4 mini bags of M&Ms at a time so we wouldn't have so much leftover candy! Two streets down from us? TONS of kids and people were running out of candy. :P
Wendy! You're under a lot of stress. Just do what you can and take deep breaths!
Mum is watching Ronin on Saturday for me as I have a meetng to go to. She'll probably have to watch him while I am at the optometrist as well. Instead of coming home at lunch today I stayed at work and ate a quick lunch because I already had an hour and a half out of the office after day care called and said Ronin's arm was swelling a bit and going a purply colour and he hadn't used it all morning so I rushed him up to the hospital again. In the 10 minutes it took for me to get from work to day care and the hospital and sit him up on the counter his arm was back to full working order. They still can't find any reason for the sudden change or the loss of use for just under 48 hours. He has since been using his arm normally with no hesitation or pain.