3 am: Got up and fed, changed and tucked back in the Peanut.
4:30 am: Got Weebles back to sleep
5:15 am: Got up and fed, changed and tucked back in the Peanut.
6:30 am: Got up and fed and tucked back in the Peanut.
6:45 am: Snuggled Weebles who then decided to get up on her own and find her dad instead of going back to sleep
7:00 am - 11:30 am: Picked the Weebles' books up off the floor. Fed the Weebles breakfast. Restocked the diaper changing stations, cleaned up the living room, bathroom, bedroom and kitchen. Picked the Weebles' books up off the floor. Defrosted chicken for dinner. Trimmed 40 tiny toenails and fingernails. Vacuumed the downstairs. Took a shower and got dressed. Fed, changed and tucked in the Peanut. Emptied and reloaded the dishwasher. Washed and put away three loads of laundry. Picked the Weebles' books up off the floor. Got both kids dressed. Fed the Weebles' lunch. Changed Weebles' clothes due to spaghetti mishap. Brushed Weebles' teeth, read her stories and put her down for a nap. Fed, changed and tucked in the Peanut for his nap.
12:00 Went to work
4:00 Home from work, got everything for dinner ready to go in the oven, Picked the Weebles' books up off the floor, changed and fed the Peanut, Fed the Weebles' a snack.
Before my husband gets home in 2 hours I will also give the Peanut a bath and get him ready for bed, cook dinner and do two more loads of laundry. Just since starting this post I have stopped to rewind a mobile, clean YoBaby off the floor and toddler chair, change the Peanut, reverse look up a phone number for dad, call the number when there was no information online to see who it was, answer a telemarketing call, and chase down the Weebles who had stolen my watch.
Just wanted to see if I could figure out why I'm so tired at the end of the day.
My blog has turned purple in honor of Maddie.
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