Thursday, August 30, 2012


So going back to work is a lot harder than I imagined.  Yesterday afternoon it took me forever to answer a customers question, my brain was fried.  Wyatt is on this kick where he does not want to go to sleep until midnight, he will close his eyes but as soon as you lay him in his crib the screaming begins.  So you pick him up as fast as possible so you do not wake one of the other two up (I've tried to let him cry, it is not in my favor).  My husband started laying him in our bed saying that he was to young to even know the difference (oh, he totally knows).  Then Layne will wake up to eat around 2-3am put him back in bed between 3-4am then Haylee wants to get up to eat around 4:30am then I have to start getting ready at 5am to get them to daycare and me to work.  Josh gave Layne a bath last night (I was a zombie) and guess what he actually laughed while Josh was trickling water over him so I run in to record it and he stops and stares at me, I did get one good giggle recorded (this is my new favorite sound ever, well until the Wyatt or Haylee start to laugh).

Oh I only cried once on my first day back, speaking of I need to get back to work.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Raise your glass

I want to make a toast.  First, to all of you lovely ladies that got me through the infertility part of my life then for your help getting through the tough times keeping my three little miracles here.  I have made friends that I will keep for a lifetime.  Second my three little miracles are 6 months old now (well they were yesterday) so they are one day closer to being one year old, how time flies.  Third, I started work today and I have not cried yet (instead I cried yesterday).  I am going to miss all those new things that they seem to do everyday.  They are all jabbering a lot right now and I love to listen to them.  Mickey Mouse Clubhouse is their favorite show (I know they are young to love a show but they do), Wyatt gets mad if someone tries to turn him away from the TV when it is on.  I know that I am not the best parent (but I honestly try my best) but I think it is so funny/cute when they are trying to poop (this sounds horrible I know) they grunt....and I....just can not explain it, it is adorable (yes I know that sounds weird).  However I do not like the aftermath of their cute grunting.  Well my first lunch hour is over so I better get off of here. CHEERS.

Layne, Haylee Jo, & Wyatt ~6 months old