Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Time Flies...

...when you're sleepless with a sick toddler and baby with day/night confusion.

I am sorry it's been two weeks since I blogged. I have been writing blog entries in my head at 3:30 in the morning while little baby and I have been up together. But it's so hard to type one-handed, I haven't sat down at the computer to even check email.

There's all sorts of news to blog, but we'll have to give the bulleted version:
  • Baby is a charming little thing, growing like a weed and eating through the night. At two weeks he was already at 9 lbs, 3 oz., a pound up from birthweight.
  • Slim has run a high fever over 103 for two days, but we think it's just a sore throat and not strep. We hope.
  • We put an offer in on a house, got countered, came up and countered again, and were rejected. The home owner thinks she is sitting on a gold mine. One that happens to be eaten up with termite damage and in need of a complete renovation. It's one of those things that makes me hate living in D.C. But we can't give up. If we add one more toy, onesie or Cheerio to this tiny little apartment, us 'rents are going to go nuts.
  • Grandpa DiDa and Grammy had good visits with the D-boys. Hopefully we'll get more visits with the fam, maybe in a house with more room.
  • Knitting has been happening...slowly. But it sure does help with the sanity-keeping.
  • We made our first out of town trip with both boys, taking a wonderful break outside of Philly on the farm. Little Baby got to go to his first play, an interesting production about a hostage-taking situation.
  • I have seen the movie "Cars" four times in a week. Thank goodness the soundtrack is good.

There are cute, new pics waiting to be downloaded from the cameras, but I'm back to cuddling a sick kiddo and typing one-handed, so it'll have to wait. It'll give me a good reason to take new pics of the knitting project, too.

2 comments:

Rie said...

Dude,

Ben still says "I DI DAH"! to get attention sometimes...he misses Slim.

Sorry to hear about the house. It just means there's something better out there.

Love you lots!

Caroline L. said...

Sorry to hear about the house - that stinks! But as our realtor constantly reminds us, if it doesn't work out, it just wasn't meant to be. You'll find the perfect place soon, I'm sure!