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Comment by Camryn on August 31, 2009 at 11:11am
It's painful! I know what little kids go through--and I'd cry all day too! It's scary to see blood trickling from your ears. We live along the rocky mountains as well, I'm used to crazy altitude but the lake we went too was over 8,000 feet above sea level.

In fact, My husband and one of my kids suffered with ear aches the entire trip. But, we're all fine. I just can't hear anything! Last night my daughter had a nightmare and tried waking me up--it was my husband who finally woke me up and said, "Honey, she wants you. She's been standing there crying for ten minutes."

I laugh because I slept soooooo good last night! I didn't even hear her until my husband woke me up :)
Comment by Accidental Expert on August 31, 2009 at 12:20am
How high of a mountain did you climb? I'm in Colorado so we're used to the crazy altitude -- or maybe we just kid ourselves.

Hope you're OK...I know ruptured eardrums can be really painful. Hey, at least it might muffle the sound from the kids.

Take care.

Jean
Comment by Camryn on August 31, 2009 at 12:12am
I just got back from vacation and wouldn't you know--I suffered a shattered eardrum from the altitude. It's amazing how extreme we moms will go looking for "sweet silence" from all the noise our kids make :)

I don't recommend that any mom should seek desperation of that magnitude, but if you're in serious need to escape "the noise"--DON"T drive up any steep mountain hills to go fishing!! Fish in the river, fish at a local pond, HECK--fish in the gutter if you really need too, I'm sure you'll find a carp or two, but you've all been warned!
I will now make my husband fish at our local Albertsons :)

Camryn
Comment by Amy Musing on August 24, 2009 at 9:33am
I've been out gathering awkward experiences. Not by choice. Especially this one.

Comment by Erin M Soos on August 23, 2009 at 1:34am
I'm actually looking forward to school and ALONE time. My 2.5 year old has been using the potty by himself without help. Now I just need to teach him how to cook and then maybe he can move out even earlier than I hoped!

Seriously, though, I'm sure I'll cry too.
Comment by Accidental Expert on August 23, 2009 at 12:42am
I'll never forget the first day the twins (then the youngest) started preschool. All the other moms were going off to have coffee to celebrate and there I was crying hysterically in my car. I felt very lost for the first month or so, then got used to the time alone.

As fate would have it, then I became pregnant with my youngest, now 3, and am starting all over again. I think I'll be the one organizing the coffee celebration when he goes off to school. But then again, he's my baby, so I may be the one crying in the car again.....

Jeanine
Comment by Camryn on August 22, 2009 at 10:46am
Kindergarten is the hardest for me. It's the first time they REALLY leave you! And it feels like they are so far away! This year however, I have a 4th grader and 1st grader. I usually get all emotional and weepy. It wasn't until half-way through my "peaceful" morning that I realized--I hadn't shed one single tear! I was ready!

I hope it gets easier for you Stacy! It was a tough time for me too!
Comment by Stacy on August 22, 2009 at 3:08am
Hi everyone!
I have been out of the loop for so long that it took me some time to catch up. My 5-year old started Kindergarten last week and I have to say that I have yet to come up with anything "funny" to say about it. I did not expect to be so emotional about it, but when he walked into that school for the first time I felt like all the air got sucked out of the entire universe! Isn't it funny how some things really take you by surprise. I have enjoyed reading all the comments and visiting all the blogs!
Comment by Accidental Expert on August 20, 2009 at 7:50pm
I used to write for a living. Then came kids, craziness, etc. So now I write for sanity. However I dream of days when I can actually do something for myself and actually make some money at it...so I may turn to writing again. I'm glad Twitter's working for you. I'd love to learn more about your secrets.

BTW I wrote a follow up to the 4 kids at 4 school post for those interested Thanks for all the support.

Jean
Zen and the Art of Motherhood
Comment by Accidental Expert on August 18, 2009 at 9:56pm
I personally hate Twitter. Tried it for a few days, then gave it up. Glad to see I'm not alone.

Jean
 

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