Hi there. So I'm pretty sure it's been several months, maybe an actual year since I've been on here. I got re-inspired by another mom actually. Her daughter is going through some rough stuff right now and is only a few months old. http://babylovelies.blogspot.com/ is this families blog, please visit them, see pictures of their adorable little nugget, and read about her amazing story. Keep them in your thoughts and prayers:)
It's going to take some time for me to get this thing going again, so be patient with me.
Lexi is now almost 2! I guess technically, in "mom terms", she would be 22 months. But I really don't want to be one of those mom's who when asked how old their child is, they reply, "Oh, he is 46 months old, can you believe how fast time flies!" No, that will not be me. She is a completely dramatic...about everything. She is going to be causing myself and her father a lot of trouble in the near future. Are we ready? Highly doubtful but we will deal with it as it comes I guess!
I'm still living with my parents, defeating the evil basement centipedes (I'll post a picture of one of these devil creatures), trying my damnedest to pee in private, tutoring 2 boys, keeping my furry son from destroying our neighborhood bird and chipmunk supply, ordering an obscene amount of vampire books on my Kindle and reading them in one sitting, enjoying wine...you've heard of "wine Wednesday"? Well for me it's Wednesday through Tuesday. All of these very important things keep me very busy.
In my free time I keep you entertained, change poopy diapers, potty train, say "wash your hands" at least 15-20 times a-day, say "f**k" at least that same amount either silently in my head or in a hushed whisper (because Lexi learned her 1st cussword thanks to yours truly), spend some quality time with a hunky hunk, receive useless facebook notifications that I take way too seriously, all the while trying to deal with my everyday "things".
While writing this, my daughter just came to me with a new box of baby advil...unopened obviously...I said, "Lexi, do you need medicine?" Lexi says, "Yeah" and puts her hands on her throat with a pained look on her face. Wonderful. I've created a mini hypochondriac.
Alright, well I won't bore you anymore. But don't worry, there will be more:)