Monday, September 21, 2009

Our House...

So...this past weekend was a big shock! I got home from the hospital early Sunday morning and of course fell into bed. A few hours later Jeff woke me up and said the ceiling in the kitchen was leaking from all the rain. I didn't care much about it and I quickly went to sleep.

When I awoke later that afternoon, I found my kitchen looking torn apart with rags and bowls and little slugs on the floor and counter tops. I was so disgusted that I didn't even take pictures... :( It grossed me out so bad... Jeff got home and took some of the little slugs outside and the neighbors told him that they were maggots. Yes...maggots in our kitchen. I spent the rest of the day cleaning, bleaching, and more cleaning. It was the most disgusting thing ever. I didn't even study for my test the next day, and if you know me well that says a lot!

On the bright side of things we have somebody coming to look at the roof tomorrow. Baby is getting so big as you can see, her personality is just showing so much and she is our little princess!Starting to stand...of course I put her up there :)
She hates the crawling position but can hold herself there for quite a while.

This is her buddy Brennan. They hang out on the lawn and stare at the world!

She is chomping on everything.

I went with some friends to the park and Brae loved to swing. It was so cute to see her sitting like a big girl and giggling.

This is exactly how she looks most of the day. She is so curious about everything and she grabs for anything is site.

This is what we do every night before bathtime. She loves to play and does not seem to be afraid of anything. Even my scary roars..haha (Why didn't Jeff tell me how ridiculous I sounded...)

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

She sits!

Wednesday, September 2, 2009


Brae has been laughing so much lately. I can't help but love it every time!

School started back for me on August 24th and since then everything has been a blur. My schedule goes something like this....
Monday: School 9 -4 (My neighbor Fawn watches Brae)

Tuesday-Friday: Run errands and be a normal mommy! Write my 8 page journals, my 1 page of comments on the website and do any other random assignment for school.

Friday Night: Leave for my clinical around 6:00 p.m. (Jeff becomes the mommy!)

Saturday: Return home from clinical around 8:30 a.m. Sleep as long as I can... 3:00??? Relax, hang out, eat dinner and get ready for another night of fun. Leave at 6:00 p.m. :(

Sunday: Get home around 8:00 a.m. Sleep for 2 hours, get ready for church. When I get home from church I let myself sleep for a few more hours. Then I get to start all over the next week.

*On Holidays such as the upcoming labor day weekend I get to go in on Sunday night as well... (252 hours is what I have to have so I guess it's good to get it over with)

Although it gets hectic and crazy, I really do enjoy my clinical. Being a nurse in the night makes me feel like I'm in a dream. (Poking people, looking in places that you should never have to, eating all night long and asking all sorts of personal questions.)