Monday, April 10, 2006

Monday and dragging


I have spent the majority of the weekend either cleaning incessantly or laying on the couch or in the bathroom hurling. Therefore I have not blogged!

This 'morning' sickness is really kicking my ass! At least I got the okay from the doctor to eat toast with peanut butter on it, my all time favorite thing to eat. I've been taking B6 and it seemed to help at first but now it's a lost cause. Blah.

The nesting hasn't completely kicked in yet, but I was able to get most of the basement cleaned and with help from LP the garage. I did not realize vacuuming up pill bugs could be so much fun.

Last week was Al's musical, "The Space Mice Invade" or whatever, and I have some HILARIOUS video of my diva daughter, asking the kid to put the microphone in front of her and then totally hogging it and basically loving that microphone like it was her own. Yes, my kid was the dork who you could hear above all others. We're talking 1st through 4th grade, and all you could hear was my kid! I kept telling her to back up but she kept inching closer and closer. Ah, those few seconds of fame. It reminded me of the footage of the crazy Spelling Bee girl who was all up in that microphone spelling that word! Yes, one of these days I will figure out how to put video here, and I will play it. Mark my words.

No other news to report. I am working all week, and the girls are off thurs and Friday so I'm sure we'll be doing some easter egg coloring and probably some Rice Krispies square making. It's a Holiday so that means lots of Hopping to and fro from house to grandparent house, as none of them have the decency to be in the same room as one another. We are then leaving a week from today to go to Chicago to the American Girl Place for some wondrous girlie joy.

And in case you were wondering, THIS is what my little Trixster looks like in mah belly right now. (Thanks to CK for the new nickname btw!)

6 comments:

echrai said...

Woo hoo for the American Girl Place. Girly fun indeed - it was the sort of thing that growing up, even my tomboy butt could get into. Probably the only thing my sister and I ever had in common. Someday, if I ever have a girl, I fully intend on passing on that tradition.

Vajana said...

good to hear, I was never into dolls as a kid, but I am really enjoying the history they are learning with the books, etc. I am looking forward to them seeing Chicago for the 1st time too.

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Amy said...

Great girly get up!

Sorry you are feeling so crummy. That bites.

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