Wednesday, June 24, 2009

What a day

You ever have one of those days when you just want to go back to bed, hope it was all a dream and when you wake up it will be ok? Today was one of those days and it is not even over yet.

I was having a great sleep, but my son decided that he no longer wants to sleep past 5 am. If you have read any of my previous blogs you know that I like my sleep. So I get him up and set him in bed with me so I can relax and perhaps he will go back to sleep, but my daughter woke up too and so she comes running into my room with a book in hand. So now we are all sitting in bed reading a story at 5:30 in the morning.

We get up and get some breakfast and then one of her friends comes over to play and they hang out and have a great time. We were planning on going to costco, but it was nap time and I thought perhaps taking a nap before will be a little more relaxing for all of us. So we go after nap, and one of the girls from my youth group is with us and she is hanging out. While backing out of the driveway I hit her car. Fortunatly it was in a spot that was already hit, so she was ok with the whole thing. (so she says, I think she was just being nice). So I feel horrible and move on to Costco. We get to Costco and I forgot the item I was returning, and then go to unbuckle everyone and realize one was not totally buckeled. He had pulled his seat down and I didn't realize that I hadn't buckled it.

Wow and I was thinking that I didn't have anything to blog about! I am sorry for not blogging more but life is a little crazy with two little ones and what I think would be interesting just wouldn't be to others. So please be patient with me as I start making a list as things come to my mind so I can blog more frequently!


  1. Thank you for not calling me at 5:30 this morning! You're such a good friend.

    I told son #1 that I couldn't wait for you to blog about this, lol!

    I reminded hubby about the day I dented the car on the cement pole while driving through McDonalds and he said it was Wendys....not that he remembers it, hehehe!

  2. GOD BLESS YOU...I soooo remember those days...actually I will NEVER forget them and my kids are all grown, but one (he is 16). I, too like rest and remember thinking I would likely die before I got some.
    Dear one....the blessings of today remind you and I both that tomorrow is a NEW day and with GOD all things are possible, including some rest.
    Praying for a new and later sleep schedule for your little ones. BLessings, andrea

  3. Rhonda,

    Hang in there. There is always a better tomorrow just around the corner.

    Love and Hugs ~ Kat

  4. I just loved those early mornings...not! I wanted to sleep so much when my kids were young.

    It seemed like it was years before I actually had the opportunity to sleep in and then I turn 50 and insomnia kicks in. Motherhood is quite the challenge as well as aging.

    At least you've got several years before 50 catches you. Enjoy!

    Happy 4th of July. Have a nice time in OR