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Monday Minutes & LO Updates - November 5, 2012
Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
Take a minute, check-in and let us know how you and your LO are doing!

Share your LO's Age and Stats -

Any Fun Firsts - What's new and exciting?

Monday Moans - Any new struggles or just something you need to get off your chest?

What are you going to do for yourself this week? Mommy's need ME Time!

How are you adjusting to the time change? Love it or hate it?

~To be a child is to know the joy of living, To have a child is to know the gift of life.~ Author Unknown
Zaysmama responded:

LOs - Izayah Lucas(3) & Zakiyah Logan (2months)

Fun Firsts - Zakiyah has started cooing. This morning i laid him down on the couch and he just smiled and cooed for like 10minutes with me back and forth

Moans - Zakiyah's father doesn't want to make the plans for him to see Zak & expects me to make all the arrangements, but the way I see it is if he wants to spend time with his son then he should put forth some effort. So after the 3rd week in a row that he hasn't seen him he sent me a text trying to accuse me of keeping his son from him. GRR... I love my baby boy to death but not so fond of the man I created him with!!

ME time - I can't plan to have time for myself I just take it when it happens (ie naptime) however my sister is coming in town for the weekend so some much needed girl/sister time will be just what the dr ordered esp with the boys around... Zay loves his auth KiKi

Time Change - Hate it... Izayah wakes up in the morning and doesn't get up unless the sun is shining in the window and that unfortunately happens an hour sooner now!

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