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.


Kate said...

SCHEDULE! Seriously. We used to wake our boys up to eat so they wouldn't be waking up at different times. We'd both get up and feed them and get back to bed - much faster than me trying to do it by myself.

I'm sorry things are tough. The fried feeling will gradually decrease with time.

Jess said...

You poor thing! I can only imagine how much harder it is to get into a schedule with all three babies. I hope they get on the same schedule for sleeping soon and you can get some more rest! :-)

Julie said...

I know how exhausted your feeling and I'm so proud of how well you're keeping up with everything. I'm also glad that your back to blogging more. You will really appreciate looking back on the little things that you blog about that you'll forget about years from now.