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Exciting weekend ahead

Thursday, October 20, 2011

So my poor little girl woke up sick this morning. She has a slight fever, stomach ache, sneezing cough... She was so upset because she wanted to go to school so bad. Today is community helper dress up day and her gramma made her a pair of pick scrubs and nurse hat to wear. Plus today was her sharing day. But her teacher is great. She doesn't get to miss out on anything. She can do her sharing on Mon and wear her outfit.

I feel so bad so I got her a bnch of goodies (ice cream, sprite, juice...) when I rn to get her more medicine. She is so pitiful.

So the other one will probably get sick too. Not only that we are taking the pup in tomorrow to get spayed. So at least 2 out of 3 to take care of PLUS this evil tax and CIS homework.

Hopefully I will get a workout in. Looks like I need to start week 2 over again for my challenge anyways since I haven' been doing my strength, unless I fit 5 sporadically throughout the day.

I need a nap!!!!

Breakfast time!
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  • SCOTTYDOG76
    You really have your hands full! One little girl sick, a dog that won't be feeling very good by tomorrow night, and another child who will most likely be right on their heels. Yes, I do remember the joys of motherhood..... there is no other time quite like it in your entire life.
    1872 days ago
  • LVMAMAW
    Ah Parenthood, isn't it fun? You are a good Mom, she will be good as new in no time!! How neat of her teacher to let her have her special day when she gets back on Monday!! Sending some extra energy and patience your way!! emoticon
    1873 days ago
  • JAZZEJR
    Oh, the joys of having kids! :) Believe me, when they're 30, you won't even remember these "off" days.
    1873 days ago
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