Fly on the Wall March
Yes, this is the right place if you are looking for Dinosaur Superhero Mommy. I created a new blog now that my goals for blogging have changed and as my son grows.
Thank you for the awesome blog name, Steena from https://angrivatedmom.wordpress.com/
Welcome to a Fly on the Wall group post. Today 8 bloggers are inviting you to catch a glimpse of what you’d see if you were a fly on the wall in our homes. Come on in and buzz around my house.
Buzz around, see what you think, then click on these links for a peek into some other homes
- Baking In A Tornado http://www.BakingInATornado.com
- Menopausal Mother http://www.menopausalmom.com/
- Searching for Sanity http://singlemumplusone.blogspot.com
- Eileen’s Perpetually Busy http://eileensperpetuallybusy.blogspot.com/
- Spatulas on Parade http://spatulasonparade.blogspot.com/
- A Little Piece of Peace http://little-piece-of-peace.blogspot.com
- Never Ever Give Up Hope http://batteredhope.blogspot.com
Bookworm Mom: the wife and mom to this crazy crew
Bookworm Dad: the husband and dad and often referred to as the big kid
Bookworm Boy– our singleton, a 7 year old boy who thinks he knows it all and is the one in charge
Bonus – our sweet and lovable adopted rat terrier
At school I made a discovery and it will blow your socks off. I found a dinosaur bone, but then I lost it.
The sandwich at school, OMG it was a blast.
Walks into religious class late and announces, full of happiness, “Hey guys I’m here.” Yup that’s my guy.
Really Mom? You need to look with the good eye. It’s right in front of you.
Okay, I’m going in my room to get my toys. Hopefully I’ll miss the kissing part. Why do people have to kiss in movies? ***growling noises***.
Shows his Bookworm Dad his baseball fidget spinner. Dad looks on in jealousy as I announce that they have a camo one as well.
Bookworm Dad asks, Why didn’t you get me one? Am I not worth it?
Bookworm Boy spits out his water and laughs. “Oh man, that’s funny.”
On the weekends I let the boy sleep in the living room, sort of camping out and watching movies.
He wanted to do it all this week because having off from school. When I explained that it is only one the weekend if he deserves it. Well he didn’t like that answer.
“I don’t accept your decision.”
“The conversation is not over.
“You’re a meanie.”
“I’m sleeping out here anyway.”
After he calmed down, thirty minutes later, we spoke about how him sleeping out here is not a reward. Once he calmed down he agreed. I told him I love him which is why I’m making rules to help him grow up to be a good man.
What? I just wanted to kiss him goodnight. (As he continues to horse around with our son, setting him off instead of calming him down)
Fellow moms, please take care of yourself. I was in ER Monday night from last Monday night 9pm to Tuesday 4am with my mom. I thought I still had bronchitis, but when at the doctors they saw signs for a heart attack, but after an EKG that was ruled out for the moment. Then 8pm at night the doctor called to say my blood work showed a pulmonary embolism. (((If it was my regular doctor he would have called much earlier))). After all those hours in the ER, more blood work and a cat-scan, I was told my heart heart and lungs are fine, but because I never took good care of myself. I need to get back in shape, eat better, but still had signs of bronchitis and never got better. Now I;m on steroids and an inhaler.
I thought the worst was going to happen, thankfully I am fine now. I have learned that I need to take care of myself in order to be my best for my family.
Two days later, I fell. No trip to the ER required. I was standing on our old plastic step stool, one we had for over ten years, when it decided to finally give. I went crashing down, hitting both the cabinet and it on the way down. I was in shock and freaked out, but after some rest perfectly fine.
This week I got strep throat. Yup, I was about ready to give up. I mean, how much shit can one person have thrown at them? Though, that’s three in a row, so I should be good for a while, right?
Think it’s time to start working on a new vision board.