I already went through school and now I have to do it all over again. I will survive it, I’m hoping. Gregory has his good days and his bad days. I am having a hard time not pulling out my hair.
Pay attention, you can do it, just write your name, you know this, good job, etc…
I can not see pencil, because it is not dark enough. So, when Cullen is not home for homework time, which is almost every night, I am stuck watching the pencil lead. I have to watch him write every single letter. I can see the lead so the way I can tell if he is doing it correctly is if the pencil tip moves incorrectly. Oh well, I do what I have to. Gregory is getting better.
Today is pajama day at school for Gregory. He was so excited to wear his pajamas to school. It was sort of funny we had him put on a clean pair this morning. He also has a field trip to the pumpkin patch soon. He is very excited about all the things he has been able to do.
Lucy is just such a happy little girl. I just wish I could hire someone to feed her. I swear she never stops eating. She also eats a lot during meals too. If you don’t feed her all day long she screams like she is being starved and will die. Other than the food screaming she is all smiles and giggles. It is sweet how Gregory and Lucy get along. They will sit at the table and just laugh at each other.
Cullen is enjoying his job still. He is happy. It is great too, because he will have both Saturday and Sunday off this weekend again. With Gregory being in school it is nice because Cullen has more time with Gregory with a schedule like he has now.
I am pretty good. I have been getting massages to help with the pregnancy pain. I still get sick almost every day. Other than that I have been able to feel my little GIRL through out the whole day. She is a very busy one. I can’t believe how much of a kicker she is. Having another girl makes finding clothes easy, because I haven’t moved any of Lucy’s little clothes out of her room. It is all very exciting. The only things I want to buy are a double stroller and a pack in play for the other level of the house. It is just easier having a place to put the little one without worry about other little hands.
Besides growing a baby, going to kindergarten (I mean making Gregory do his homework), taking care of a starving one year old, cleaning and listening to books, and watching movies. It doesn’t seem like much, but by the end of the day I am so tired.
Well it is time for me to prepare lunch. Smiles!