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Life and other illnesses

It is not my intention to use this post to complain, so I apologize in advance if it comes off that way.  I am just trying to update folks on what has been going on and paint a picture of what our life has been like for the last couple of months.  Unfortunately, just describing it might come out as a complaint.
Just to recap: Savannah was born the Monday after Thanksgiving.  My mother had been staying with us to help me with Sofia during my last trimester.  She left right before the New Year, when Savannah was a month old.  At that point, the primary care of Sofia during the day passed on to my mother in law, who offered to take care of her at least until she was 2 years old.  Michael and I had decided we were going to start Sofia in daycare around this time. Ann just wanted us to wait a little longer to allow Sofia to be 2, and Savannah to be at least 3 months old.  Ann is wise and already knew that daycare meant colds and other bugs, so she was concerned about Savannah getting them t…

Green beans

For at least a month I have been thinking of blogging.  I miss it.  There are things I want to write about, and so I start them in my head but never get to actually write about it. I am too busy.

Here is my usual process.  I think of something, and then I can't stop thinking about it.  And so I start writing it in my head as I sort laundry, or wash my hair.  What usually ends up happening is that one night I am up for some reason and it all comes together and so I write it out in the next couple of days.

The problem is I have a 2 month old with colic and an almost 2 year old, so there is very little spare time.  I do not sleep much, so there is never a night I am up for no reason.  If I am up, believe me I am busy bouncing a baby or something.  When I am washing my hair I am thinking about the grocery list or the laundry or something I forgot to do at work.  Every once in awhile I think about blogging about my daily craziness, but thinking about it makes me more tired and so I don…