I have baby B in my moby wrap and a moment to actually blog right now. The toddler is sleeping and for some reason was excited to go upstairs and take a snooze. No bribery or anything. Weird. So I have had some blog posts lined up in my head that I've wanted to write, but the business portion of my blog has taken a front burner position while I try to make a little extra money since I'm not watching kids anymore. I'm not sure if I will again, its kind of up in the air. I am just six weeks postpartum and before I bring the chaos of adding another child to the chaos that is my day already, I'd like to have an established routine down and that is hard with a newborn who is nursing. I even have a problem keeping track of my own toddler and his potty issues right now along with bouncing a fussy baby around all the time and keeping a clean house. Yesterday I made major headway and we went to bed last night with a clean house and it felt good.

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