so apparently colds last FOREVER. at least it feels that way right now. s has been nursing a very light case of the sniffles for the last few weeks and hasn’t really been that bothered about it. until this week. this week the floodgates opened and s’s whole face has been a ball of snot. poor thing. she’s still lovely and happy (most of the time…apparently colds make babies more liable to scream bloody murder when put down for a nap) but sounds like a chainsaw when she sleeps and can’t quite work out how to cough up the rattles in her chest.
all of this lovely mucus in my life = tired mommy. for all of you lovely mommies out there currently thinking to yourselves, i have this parenting thing licked, easy peasy…you’re WRONG. you’re so massively wrong. i’ve finally decided to listen to all the wizened old mamas in my life who have always told me that as soon as you utter those silly words, your baby will find something else to completely mess up your sleep. i’m resigned to the fact that i will never regularly sleep through the night until my children are teenagers (if i’m not up waiting for them to come home past curfew…there might have been one or two members of my family responsible for doing that to my own mom a few times!) and so four hours in a row should be more than sufficient.
in other news, i’ve decided i need to get a hobby. preferably one that could make me money. now i’m not aspiring to be the next martha stewart, but a few wifey trades would serve me well. so i want to start sewing and doing other crafty things. the good news here is that this trade requires more shopping!!! so i officially want this for christmas (p are you listening?!) so that i can make adorable clothes, accessories, and decorations for s and our home. how freaking adorable are the baby accessories in this article?!?!? (not my baby, obviously.)
Source: blogs.babble.com via Kaitlin on Pinterest
but don’t worry, i will still frequent the likes of fantastic shops like iviebaby (beware: once you click that link, you will want to buy everything in the whole entire etsy shop. also: look before you have your baby; there are some awesome ideas for kitting out baby’s room!).
Sewing is a wonderful hobby!I’ve been sewing since I was six! I spend most of my days sewing. I’m on disability I made my girls most of their clothes when they were little. Now it’s the grandchildren and great neice and greaat nephew. I think I need a twelve step program for fabric. I have about 500 to 550 yards of fabric and just bought a bunch more. I think you’ll like it.
fabulous! i’m also looking forward to some DIY project i’ve seen on pinterest.
I’m all about the crafting! I’ve just started to get back into doing little projects. So important as a ma to have something else to do with your days than looking after bubba!
i totally agree! i have basic home economics level sewing skills and MIGHT be able to remember how to use a sewing machine. and it doesn’t make you as fat as baking does! 😉