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Why my Spark time is limited

Tuesday, March 04, 2014

I'm on "baby watch." DD#2 due date was 3/1, and still no baby. I arrived (10 hours from my house) on Feb 26 so I could be here before the storms hit (and because her father who lives in the same town was going to be gone for over a week). She needed someone here to help watch the 4 other children, because she's having issues with high blood pressure and her doctor has wanted to put her in the hospital. In addition to this (as if that's not enough), they just moved not quite a month ago and still have most of their belongings in boxes. I've been working on unpacking boxes, cooking, laundry, washing dishes, and taking care of my grandchildren: 8, 6, 3--almost 4, and 2). Needless to say, my computer time is very limited as is my "exercise" time.

She had an appointment this morning, and thought they were going to keep her today, but the contractions slowed down.

We're hoping Miriam shows up soon. DD#2 just said, "I don't think today will be her birthday, but if it isn't tomorrow, I think I'll hurt someone!"

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ASOBFALLS 3/9/2014 1:55PM


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JUST_BREATHE08 3/6/2014 12:01AM

    WOW! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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PRNCSCUP1-2FULL 3/5/2014 7:31PM

    Yikes! You do have your hands full right now! Can't blame DD for wanting to have that baby come! We'll be here when you can return to Sparkland!

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NELLIEC 3/4/2014 11:20PM

    I suspect with all that unpacking and various household tasks you are getting exercise!

I can sympathize with your daughter wanting to "get the show on the road."

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AJB121299 3/4/2014 10:01PM

    nice and hope all is well

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