Sunday, February 3, 2008

A little less crappy

So the past few days have proceeded pretty much like the last post. Cade used to head for his morning nap in a fairly reliable manner, but now-not so much. He seems to hate sleep, not that he was ever a fan, but why now? If he was happy and playful I would assume he is growing out of the morning nap and maybe he'll be so tired by the afternoon that he'll SLEEP. But nope-he is tired and cranky and running around the house screaming like a freakin banshee. He crouches down, arms glued to his side and yells at me like I might just be the worst person he has EVER encountered. My 24lb dictator is driving me nuts. But while he is helping me turn prematurely grey- I'm also dealing with major "issues" surrounding my return to work. I am so stressed about not being with him, I'm probably making it even worse than it would naturally be. I bought his birthday card today and it was ridiculously emotional for me. I stood in the card asile at the grocery store, all watery eyed and overwhelmed. But I ended up with one and it only took me 10 minutes to find a card, FOR A ONE YEAR OLD.

So aside from my pending commitment to a mental health institution and my child throwing perpetual temper tantrums-we're great!


Anonymous Leslie said...

I was very emotional for Julia's first birthday, too. I focused my energy on making her a time capsule. I collected the usual time capsule items, then wrote her a letter and bought her a piece of jewelry to include. At her party, I used a polaroid camera to take photos of everyone and let each guest (which was just family) write her a note on the bottom of the photo. It helped me to do something like that for her. There's just something about your baby turning one!

February 3, 2008 at 10:08 PM  
Blogger heathersway said...

When my kids outgrew their morning nap I had to move their afternoon nap up. For a while they were getting lunch at 11:00 and then a nap starting at around 11:30 or 12:00. That eased them into the transition a bit better. I don't think these things ever go smoothly. Courage.

February 4, 2008 at 10:53 AM  

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