I really did forget.. Could be something about the 7.5 year age span between my two kids. :) I forgot about the tantrums. The BIG, HUGE feelings that cause them to go crazy. I forgot about the constant mess. The sleepless nights. The crying. Oh, the crying... The lack of help from a husband who works constantly, either at his job or at home on his computer.
I'm exhausted. Constantly, always exhausted. I had a splash of energy the other day and spent it playing with my kids. We had a blast. But the house didn't get clean. It's a disaster. It looks like a tornado flew through it. Constantly. Always. Picking up is pointless because it's the same mess an hour later. And it's not even toys. It's blankets, and papers and who knows what. Why are those on the floor in the first place?? Good grief. I think I'm getting an ear infection. I don't have time to be sick. My house and my family will fall apart if I am sick. And moms don't get the luxury of lying in bed for 3 days like dad does. Or does that only happen in my house?
Anyway, toddler hood. It has it's ups and downs.. Said toddler just crammed a handful of pumpkin muffin into my mouth. Thank you son. Now he's pulling on me because he wants to do his animal sounds app. Problem is, I'm writing and we have to leave in a few minutes to take Mike to work. Nope, no animals right now. And that pumpkin muffin is gross.. EWWWW. Glad I didn't make them, or buy them. Oh that is NASTY. Hooray for good coffee to rid my mouth of the flavor.
This post is really discombobulated, isn't it? Oh well. One more month and Samuel will be two(whaa, my baby is growing up!! No fair!!!) and then he can go to the drop off day care down the road. And then I can come home and get my house clean. Just an hour or two is all I ask. Enough to get the house clean with out him hanging on me, or screaming, or flipping out.
Hmm, sorry for the venty post. They can't all be happy, that wouldn't be normal. There are other emotions, after all.