Showing posts from January, 2013

The sickness.

Oh man, it was a rough week in this household. The little lady was sent home Monday morning from daycare with a slight temp. Johnny stayed home with her that day and I stayed with her Tuesday because of the temp she still had (it only ever got to about 100.5) and to the doctor we went that day. They checked her over and basically couldn't find a thing wrong! Frustrated.

Wednesday she seemed back to our normal and so off to daycare she went. Wednesday night she woke up around 2 am screaming and nothing at all could console her. Bless him, Johnny got up with her and rocked her downstairs for a while until she fell asleep. Her temp seemed to stay up all day and luckily we were able to get her into the doctor that day, to find out she has an ear infection. Poor baby had been battling it for a few days by then! Just as she started to feel better I started getting a nasty cold and sinus infection. Sigh.... I just wish we could open the windows and air things out. Spring can't get he…

Ooops, where has the time gone?

I haven't posted since November 5th! I think in the year that I've had this blog, that might be the biggest gap between posts - oops.

Well, I suppose that means I have a bit of updating to do. Since we last talked, we've celebrated Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's!

Here's a quick run-down on those holidays...

Thanksgiving was everything we love: food, football and parades! And most of all? A day that has become tradition: a day that we have nothing to do and nowhere to go. Thanksgiving seems to be a holiday that both Johnny and I's parents are visiting our siblings and so we get to have a quiet day at home. This year we woke up and watched the parade in our pj's (from what I remember) and then Johnny set to work making this:
It was a chicken and biscuit bake: it was SO good, this will definitely happen again next year!

And as you can imagine, the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas becomes a whirl-wind of holiday gatherings, food and lots of bu…