Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Run-On Paragraph of Crazy

I cannot believe it is fifteen days until Christmas. FIFTEEN DAYS. I have so much to do, and I just don't see where the time is going to come from. I have to address Christmas cards, decorate the rest of the house and finish the Christmas shopping...which I basically only started on Monday....DOOM. On top of that, my work is INSANE due to everyone wanting to squeeze their work into the first two weeks of the month so we can all enjoy the holidays. PLUS we are training our new bio guy Ryan who is actually Nicks best friend so that works out pretty cool., and busy, and HOLIDAYS. Plus, I am going out of town for work next week. Yes. I am going on an overnight work trip. AWAY FROM HENRY. Lets not talk about how my heart breaks into a million pieces when I think about it. But we can talk about all the late night/early morning/middle of the day pumping I am doing to have enough milk for him while I am gone. I mean, I have enough guilt about LEAVING him alone in the wilderness (with his very caring and capable father) but I can't just all of a sudden make him drink formula too. So, I am pumping non-stop. On top of all of this, Henry's sleeping habits are all out of whack. The child, who since two months old has slept through the night, has decided that is no longer his style. He wakes up at least twice. AT LEAST. And sometimes we can sooth him back to sleep with sweet words and PLEASE-GOD-GO-BACK-TO-SLEEP soothing songs, but most of the time it takes nursing. So I am running on no sleep...and the crazy work....and the Christmas...and the pumping...and the out of town. So, yeah. I sorta have a lot on my plate. Hence the incredibly non-thought out run-on paragraph of a post. I would now attach a picture to make this worth reading, except I haven't taken any. And I would now go back and edit this...or delete it all together, but I am tired. And it took EFFORT (little, but still, effort none the less)So instead I am hitting publish and letting you all enjoy the crazy.


  1. Gosh you really do have a lot on your plate... I mean I'm finding it hard to believe how much there is left to do and I've had nothing to do for the past 2 and a half weeks *eek*... still, I am sure you will manage it all and then get to spend an incredible first Christmas with your darling boy :o)

  2. I'll be happy (oh so happy) to keep Henry for you :)