I had been scoping out the number candles in the party section at Target for DDs bday a few weeks ago. After 2 or 3 trips, they finally restocked with pink ones. I thought - score! I was waiting for them to have pink. I grabbed one and threw it in my cart.
When I was packing up for DDs party, I looked at the candle and saw it was a "2".
Not funny, but scary. I've been side nursing a lot and i always make sure if I'm tired I put her back on my chest. Anyhow, I've woken up almost every night (regardless of whether we side nursed or not) in a panic thinking I rolled over her. 😕
Post by ambiguousmango on Apr 28, 2017 13:46:47 GMT -5
pibblemom I am so sorry. I had that problem the first month, I kept having nightmares that I fell asleep with the baby and lost him in the covers. I would wake up crying and digging around the covers looking for him.
I was heading home from work last night and get to the end of the road when i see my gas light on and think "oh, that's right I didn't stop to get gas before because I had the dogs with me. I'll probably have them tomorrow too," and start doing the mileage in my head of how many back and forths I can get before I REALLY need gas (it's like a 3 mile commute) and i look in my back seat... no dogs. I forgot them at work. 😲 had to call my mom and let her know I'd be 10 mins late coming home because I'd forgotten about my other children while I was worried about how the baby was fighting sleep for grandma. *facepalm*
I'm still getting use to two kids pibblemom. When they're extra quiet in the car sometimes I panic because "omg did I pack both of them up? It's too quiet! Are they both in the car? Or did I leave dd in the bucket by the door?"
pibblemom, before I went back to work I'd take B in with me to drop DD off at daycare. He'd usually fall asleep for his first nap in the bucket so I'd stash him in the corner of the classroom while I helped DD unpack her lunch and get her breakfast situated.
Well one day after a particularly bad night, I was totally just droning. After I unpacked DD, I literally took about 4 steps toward the door before I remembered B. The daycare teacher totally caught me and we had a good laugh. She could tell that the lights were on but no one was home.
I was frazzled this morning because DH left early and both kids woke a little later than usual. I finally got us out the door and dropped the kids off. I drove the 45 minutes to the office only to realize my computer bag was at home. Fail.
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