A couple days ago my husband took Celeste and I to the beach to enjoy the beautiful warm day we were having. Since Celeste’s birth we hadn’t really been out much with her and most of the outings we did have with her had been for doctor appointments, so it felt great to be out together… Continue reading A gift to myself
Be warned, I’m not sure how much sense this post is going to make because I’m functioning on 2 hour intervals of sleep and feel like I’m going to be sick to my stomach…night time is always the toughest. But anyway, continuing on… I’ve been thinking about this post on and off for a few… Continue reading Tug of war with control
One of my favorite things this time of year is seeing the Christmas lights on people’s homes, especially when it’s the traditional standard colored lights because they take me back to the early 80’s and so many wonderful memories of Christmas with my parents. There’s something so comforting about tradition, and as I was walking Biggie around… Continue reading Christmas Memories
They say the first three months of having a baby are the toughest…we just survived four weeks. I wonder what happens after the 3 month mark? Does it just magically change or is it that your body and mind finally become accustomed to the sleep deprivation and you learn a new way of functioning? We… Continue reading Four down, eight more to go?
I remember back in my 20’s I could go out with friends after a shift at the restaurant, have some appetizers and drinks, come home, sleep for maybe 4 – 5 hours and feel rested and ready to conquer the new day. Fast forward to my mid 30’s and these last 3 1/2 weeks of sleep deprivation. I feel as… Continue reading Hungover, except without the alcoholic fix