How punctual was DD? I know second (and subsequent babies) tend to be a few days earlier than the first. Not a guarantee of course but maybe a good chance it will all blow over anyways? At least you do have a few options worked out even if they aren't all completely ideal.
I had DD at 39 weeks; I'll hit that during the week daycare will be closed. Ideally, I'll rest Monday/Tuesday after work, have the baby on Wednesday or Thursday, and get DD back that weekend, but I know babies don't always work on our ideal schedules.
Post by ourcrazynavylife on Feb 10, 2017 11:25:08 GMT -5
ThankfulSnail the whole bathroom needs to be gutted. We bought and renovated our whole house back in the late spring/summer. There were a couple projects just not in the budget at the time so we're doing them now.
DH is home for the weekend. He leaves again on Monday, but at least we get some time with him. It's better than his last job, which found him in Eastern Europe/Mongolia for weeks at a time, sometimes with no way to get a hold of me. He once called me from a satellite phone from the northern border of Mongolia (yes, the one with Russia) just to let me know he was okay. We hadn't spoken in almost a week, and, at the time, it was the best $8/min ever spent without a sex worker involved (lol). DD is watching Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood. She loves that fuzzy tiger. It gives me time to check email and get stuff done on the comp. We might have found a house already! It just came on the market this morning, and I'm hoping to get to see it tomorrow. I would see it today, but DH has a Dr appt at noon in a different town, the opposite direction of the house. I called our realtor at 8am, just so I could get the ball rolling early on this one. It seems to have everything we are looking for, plus more! All I need to do is check the size of the yard. If it has enough room for a garden for me, and toys and space for the kids to play, this house is SOLD! I'm trying not to get my hopes up, but it's so hard when it's within reach.
So... I weekly walk around the backyard and see what my IL's dog has decided is a toy. I found a remote control, half a plastic bag (he ate other half), and half a bird (I assume he also ate other half of this as well).
I'm wondering why they're dog owners. They didn't even notice the remote was missing.
Just got sent to l&d since the baby b is being a pain in the butt and don't cooperate for the Nst....if my mil wasn't here, I'd go home (well probably not but still). She's moving like crazy and heartbeating but no can't get the number on the machine
Post by ourcrazynavylife on Feb 12, 2017 14:37:50 GMT -5
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My husband thinks I'm being a raging bitch because I don't want my MIL here a week after I push a baby out my vagina. And I want to clobber him upside the head for not giving a shit about my feelings.
I don't think I'm being unreasonable
Tell him it could be worse... not only do my ILs not know when baby is due (we told them "early may"), they won't be called until he's here, are not allowed to visit in the hospital, and are banned for 2 weeks post birth due to the shit MIL pulled with DS1
Have a ton of shopping to do. Already dropped DH off at the airport this morning, now waiting for LO to wake up. Have to make a Target run and go to the grocery store. I'm sure we can get it done before nap time, I'm just afraid of her behavior. She's certainly hit the "terrible two's" stage - Goody.
I told our realtor we're going to pass on the house. They had so many people look at this one house on Saturday, they cancelled all showings on Sunday and requested all offers by 10 pm Sunday evening. They had 21 offers the first day. I told our realtor I felt like a tiny fish in a big ocean and I just know I'm going to get eaten up. We'll keep our eyes open, and he's willing to go to houses and facetime me a "virtual" tour.
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