Thursday, September 23, 2010

You know you have a baby in the house when............

........... you make all these plans for your day and only get half of them done.

........... you remember that you were going to do that later today but it still isn't done three days later.

.......... you start writing blog posts in your head while you are feeding your baby but cannot remember any of them when you finally get two free hands to write it.

......... Your hubby says have you done xyz yet and you have completely forgotten it.

I am sure there are many other things I could say about having a baby in the house but really it doesn't matter too much. We are enjoying him a lot and I know in the blink of an eye it will be over. I will have all the time in the world to post blog posts, read other blogs and do many of the other things I don't have time for now.

Tonight has been a rare night. I have feed the baby and he has got into his cot and is sleeping. Most nights, he wants to be held and cuddled and it is usually pretty late before I get him in his bed. So I have a small moment to write up a post and read some other posts. I am thankful for this moment to write.

PS: Now I remember that I told my blogging friend that I would see if someone could help her with getting her posts published in google readers. I went to her blog this morning since I haven't received any notifications and found that her blog is being updated but not going through to any readers. Can anyone help my friend Epsilon from All the little Epsilons?
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