Thursday, September 14, 2006

Another Rainy Day

Yesterday I went home and had lunch with my friends. Old friends, from high school and one is m,y friend from 6th grade.
The four of us are very close, always have been and every month or so we get together. One of my friends is going to have her first baby any day now, another one is four months pregnant, I am nine weeks pregnant and my last friend is trying for her second baby.
As you can imagine we had a lot to talk about.
And we ate.

Today I am exhausted, I just laid in bed this whole time the kids were in school. That is ok though, I am not going to feel guilty about it.
My son still gets very nervous when we walk into the classroom, he gets shy and doesn't want me to leave. My daughter takes off as soon as we get in their and is too busy to even say goodbye.
They are so opposite. I hope keeping them in class together helps him adjust a bit easier. I think the support of his sister is great for him.

Now, I am going to pick up my kids for school and suggest we all take a nap! Lets hope that goes over better then it sounds.


  1. if the suggestion of a nap works with your kids, I'm bringing you to my house to teach that very important thing to my son.

  2. I must ditto Diana's sentiment. My 4 year old has never slept. We'll be by later- hahaha.

  3. I love napping on rainy days. There's nothing like snuggling up in a blanket and listenind to the rain against the windows.

    I'm all about the naps when I get the chance.

  4. We still hold "family nap hour" on Sundays... the boys can read if they want, but damn, everyone needs to just rest!

    btw: I loved your aunt's "gorgeous!" response... I am totally stealing it.

  5. Moms and Grandmas are the only ones who know how important nap time is.
    It is hit or miss in this house!

    Kristin, you should use it, nosy people!


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