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Left at Home and Moping

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

My two oldest boys play high school basketball. The senior is a starter for Varsity, the junior plays JV and some V. Tonight is our leagues championship game. (We've already clinched a spot for the state tournament.)

This game is HUGE. Against our rivals who are undefeated in the season and ranked 8th in state. Last year when we played in the league championship my senior son was still recuperating from all the ligaments being torn in his ankle during a game with the same team we're playing tonight.

My 5yo had a fever yesterday. Woke up with it today but then it disappeared. She's been up running around and playing. Then at 5 things changed 103 fever back, dd moaning on the couch. I'm missing the game. Staying home with my sick little one. I haven't handled my emotions well. Ate of track BUT have logged everything .

Still need to work on my emotional eating! Did great with my exercise today and have gotten in all of my steps

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  • v CARRIE1948
    Sometimes it's really hard. And, at 5, children are unpredictable.
    1281 days ago
  • v TERRY0217
    I remember those days! trust me...you'll miss them when they are gone! I too am guilty of emotional eating...it just happens before you know it...it's over and done with...just move on...good luck


    1282 days ago
  • v FITMARY
    I've been in that position. But whaddaya gonna do? Hope they won and your little girl has now recovered!
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    1282 days ago
  • v FRUITYFUL
    Good job getting your steps in and logging your food. I would be bummed out too if I had to miss that game. Hopefully everyone will be back in good health so you won't miss the state tournament games!

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    1282 days ago
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