* i snuck a piece of DS bday cake (i'm supposed to be dieting)
* I kept DD home yesterday b/c she needs to be on a nebulized every 4-6 hours and my daycare provider said she was fine with doing it b/c her son has been on it many times. i just wanted to play hooky from work.
It has been a super busy week. Honestly as much as I love my Mom I am ready for her to go and get back in our normal routine. A week is a long time with her here. I have been eating horrible (out to eat a lot as Mom wants to go) No exercise. The boys have been going to bed too late each day, not enough baths. Just a rough week all the way around. Looking forward to next week a bit quieter.
I wanted to tell DH to leave. Wasn't mad at him or anything but he's been working out-of-town Sunday night thru Thursday night the past two weeks so he hasn't been home. He's worked closer to home the past two nights so has been able to come home but I had my personal schedule and routine going while he was gone and he messed it up by being home.
Really love eating at my parents' twice a week and was glad when DH started working out-of-town because I knew that would happen.
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