Tuesday, January 24, 2012

New blog

OK I decided that yes I wanted to move all of my cross stitch stuff to anew blog. This one started out as more my personal blog and I'm going to keep it that way. My new cross stitch blog can be found here: http://stitchingfromtheheart.blogspot.com/ So if you continue to want to see my cross stitch projects please go there. Because my kids will now be dominating this blog.  Talking about my kids I'm so happy with something my boogie boy is finally doing! In the last four nights he has slept in his bed ALL night for three of them. Well ok technically two but one of the times he woke up was 5 minutes before my alarm went off and after I got up to get ready for work he got up to watch Sesame Street and the other time was on Saturday and he didn't come in our room until about 8 and he fell back asleep! So I was able to sleep a bit longer to which I needed. Because since finding out about my little A I've been waking up each night at about 4 am and not being able to get back to sleep for about an hour or so :/. My cold is not helping! I've been sick on and off since the beginning of January!

I really do not have mush update rise on my little A other then me not being the greatest at times. I'm having occasional break downs, which well yeah.


Freddysmama (Kirstin) said...

Breakdowns are to be expected. You're allowed to get upset, you're allowed to get mad! What you're not allowed to do, is bottle it all up - 'cause in the long run, that will stress you out way more which doesn't do anything to help little A.

Hopping over to your new stitchy blog...


Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Yay, a new blog to follow!
I will of course keeping popping over here to hear the latest on baby boy (((hugs)))

Telisha Garris said...

Breaking down in small amounts (I would imagine)is not only perfectly natural but the type of stress release you need right now.
Let me know if there is ANYTHING I can do to help!
Meals, help cleaning, babysitting... just being here.
Love the new blog ~ sometimes its good to separate hobbies from kids. ;)