Monday, May 23, 2011


If I was on top of things there would not be so many days between my posts.

If I were on top of things I would have told you that our precious Ryder turned 4 months old over a week ago.

If I were on top of things I would have taken his picture, posted about his weight and length and told you he is the reason for my neck and shoulder pain.

If I were on top of things I would have picked up the camera and taken pictures at least once this week.

If I were on top of things this post would have pictures... see confession above.

If I were on top of things I would have gotten more then 2 showers in the past 5days.

If I were on top of things I would not have 4, maybe 5... OK! 6!, 6 loads of clean laundry to fold and put away. And some to wash...

If I were on top of things I would have been aware of the wipe situation in my own home... I would have realized we were down to like, 3 wipes and bought some at the store the last time I went... that's not so bad, you say... well you try living with Rigg and the Blowout King and see if you don't sweat a little at the thought of no wipes...sheesh!

If I were on top of things my bedroom would be clean, my bed made, my dishes washed, my bathtub scrubbed and my hair done...

But I am not.
On top of things, that is.

I did however, just have a kickin' dance party with Rigg in the kitchen and I played a stellar game of peek-a-boo with Ryder... So I think it all evens out.


The Captain has his annual MRI tomorrow morning.  Prayers would be much appreciated. Y'all know how he hates the "metal tube of doom" being claustrophobic and all...
Also he has not been feelin' all that swell. So we are trying to see about getting meds changed and looking into other causes of his general icky feelings and all around tuckered out-ness...
I will try to post tomorrow about the MRI results.


Extraordinary Ordinary Life said...

I'm just afraid we shall never be on top of things again. At least not until all of our children are able to wipe their own bottoms and actually do their own laundry. Something to look forward to . . . And I will be praying for the Captain.

Sarah said...

Just enjoy your children. You will never catch up on all of the pressing things you *have* to do. Have a blessed day. I will be praying for Andy. I've had my share of MRI's lately and can totally sympathize w/him. The only redeeming quality they have is that the kids can't come with me!

Julie : ) said...

praying for andy.