We have just returned home from a trip to SC. On the trip home we were concerned about the tropical storm, so we left at midnight and drove all night. It took us 15 hours to get home, it is normally a 10-12 hour trip. We did hit a little rain but nothing too bad. I hate driving at night. In our pickup truck, G is forward facing and his head flops forward, and then he wakes up crying. I feel so badly for him. I have tried so many things to help him, but he usually ends up with his face in the pillow and I am afraid he will suffocate himself. It's so much easier in our car where he is still rear facing. But we had to take a utility trailer with a load of stuff. Now our house looks like a disaster zone, boxes to unpack. I had wanted to bring some stuff back home to sort through. My plan this summer is to sort/organize and scan old family photos. I want to do a photo book of my mom. My mil is coming in 3 weeks for a 2 month visit. I figure it's a good excuse to go to my sister's house to work on my photo project. In the evenings I plan on drinking a lot to help deal with my "lovely" mil. Or if someone wants to send me some Zanax.
Chrissy, good luck on the OT. The extra money will be good thing. I so understand your annoyance with the insurance and that in/out of network. Ugh it can be so frustrating.
Mandy, good luck with your IUI. and with your decision to move.
Bridget, congrats to your dbf.
L, I appreciate the fyi articles, I have learned so much from apa. I don't understand why people would bristle at that.
Myles, I would not have liked the teachers laughing about the kids playing scissors. I never cut my hair or even my dolls/barbies hair. My niece who had beautiful long eye lashes, cut her eye lashes when she was about 9 years old. It took years for them to grow back.