OK, so is it just  me or do you other moms to 1 year old's find Daylight Saving's Time to be, in one word a: NIGHTMARE! Maybe it's because I am like an obsessive schedule person and it has totally thrown off my child and myself. Instead of gaining an hour, myself, my husband and my son have all lost SEVERAL! Even the dogs are confused! Granted, Mason has been having a little tummy problem, watery diarrhea anyone? But he has been unable to keep his eyes open and goes to sleep at about 7:30 whereas we were lucky if he was asleep by 8:45 before this wretched time change. Previously he would be asleep by 9, wake up once maybe twice to nurse for 5  minutes, then sleep until 7. Now he is asleep by 7:30, by midnight he is up and down at least every 20 minutes and gets up at 5AM! I'm about to go curl up with the Mother/Daughter deer duo hanging in my yard every night if this continues. 


My moods have been so intense that being thrown off our schedule like this has made me even more neurotic. 


In other news, my weeks since my last post have been pretty ridiculous.  I got drunk for the first time  in about 3 years (at a memorial fundraiser, yeah bad move), I've had about 4.5 rages, contemplated suicide when I've had PMS, was unable to function in my daily life causing my husband to take days off of work...again. Oh the list goes on. The joys of being a Blissfully Bipolar Mommy...

 

Check out my crazy blog @ http://blissfullybipolarmommy.blogspot.com/

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