This morning my son Stephen woke me up... I love it when he wakes me up...
I noticed I was actually having a real conversation with him... It was great! My little man is growing up. His vocab is getting so much bigger... He even said the word “Classified”...

Holy cow! I thought, what an amazing sound coming out of a 5 year old.

He is becoming more and more independent... It scares the life out of me... But I enjoy it all the same.



Today is a normal Saturday to us...

With some minor adjustments...

We are doing our laundry today and getting groceries... however during the time of these events I will be studying for my exam and we are also going to see Santa Clause and the fire works today... What a busy day! And it’s 8:40 A.M , but it feels already late in the day...



Today I feel like I have cotton balls in my head... I hate that... My hubby and I are getting no sleep. Stephen wants to go to bed late and then wake up at 5 am in the morning... UGH! To say the least... I wish he would just listen to us on when to go to be... Like around 8:30 PM... But of course he’s a kid and thinks he’s going to miss something, So he makes excuses, for an example... I need a drink, I want to sleep on the couch, I don’t like my bed, I need to pee...

How does a parent deal with this? What did you do in this situation?



All I can think of is COFFEE!!!! It’s brewing but not fast enough for my liking...



I have a nagging voice in the back of my head for the past 3 days... Saying “What are you going to do? You have school full time, No job, a crap load of bills pilling up, collection almost at your door, and pssst... Your pregnant!”

Is this normal? What the hell?

I am on the pill...But that seems really not to work with me since I conceived twice when I was on the pill before... I really think they are more of a false sense of security for me.

You may have done the math already, that I only mention one child, yet I said conceived twice... What happened? Our youngest son Derek passed away when he was 2months and 3 days old, from SIDS. That was in 2005...
Yes I get a little giddy about the possibility... but reality kicks in, saying “NO MONEY!”

I will be done my course in May... I am pretty much guaranteed to get hired on right after collage.

We have a lot of baby things packed away, that’s a bonus... However its all boy stuff... if I had a girl we would need to be millionaires...lol

If we had a boy we would be laughing, because the only things we would need to buy is : Diapers, wipes, soothers, some new puke blankets, and some new clothes (not a lot of them). Oh and maybe a better breast pump! I really didn’t like the last one.

I am 2 days late on my cycle... I am going to wait a week to take a test... On second thought I have a Doctors appointment on the 5th of Dec. That’s this Friday coming up... I will speak about it then to my Doc. By then I should know what is going on...

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Comment by Mom Bloggers Club on November 29, 2008 at 11:08am
Hi Sarah -- Thank you for sharing so much with all of us. The first thing to realize is that everything will be fine no matter what comes your way in life. There's a great saying that I love: Worry does not empty tomorrow of sorrow - it empties today of strength. Be sure to take one moment at a time, one day at a time and concentrate on the positive. It will make your days much better. And, there's another quote I love: If you want to test your memory, try to recall what you were worrying about one year ago today.

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