Saturday, September 15, 2007

Health: I'm very, incredibly tired. I'm stressed because my toddler is defiant and most of the times I just want to beat her. I'm so tired of the tantrums. My aches won't go away, my headaches won't go away, the nausea and the dizziness won't either. Good news: I do not have arthritis. All the tests cam back negative. Bad news: I still have arthalgia, which is just a fancy name for joint pain. And guess what? There's not a damn thing I can do about it until after the baby is born. I'm stuck with Tylenol which doesn't do two shits for me and my everything hurts.More exercise would actually help and relieve the pain, but I can barely move sometimes from my BH contractions. I just want this done and over with. I just want to be able to stand for more than 10 minutes without having my back and hips feel like they are splitting into several pieces. My allergies are also kicking my ass. My blood pressure is incredibly low. Now, yes, I've always had low blood pressure, but I'm pregnant and I can't have the risk of fainting when I have a toddler as well. My doctor is not alarmed by this. Ugh, I just want to bite someone's face off. Other than that, I'm pretty healthy and my pregnancy is normal. Iris is perfect and has my facial bone structure. The skinned knee that I got a couple of weeks ago has healed up very well. Not as bad as I thought it was. could have been worse if I didn't know how to fall properly. Thank you Theatre.

Arts & Crafts: I've gotten into making beaded jewelry. It is true what people say. It's very relaxing, however the only reason it is is b/c is quite repetitive. If you can't sit still for more than five minutes, beading is a bad idea. ;) I've finished one of the three curtains for Lily's room. I've finished both baby blankets, and I'm struggling with monogramming a blanket for a friend. I feel bad that it's taking me so long, but nowadays if it doesn't involve sleep, I'm not interested.

Family: J is stressed. He may not say it, but he's been grinding his teeth in his sleep. Lily is a brat and is reaching that "Two" phase. Her tantrums are getting quite old and most of the time I want to pop her right in the mouth. She's cute and adorable, but the tantrums need to stop. I do not have the strength to drag her ass on the floor. (Which i don't) I just leave her there when she throws herself or drops herself. I do not have the patience for her "I'm the Princess and want everything I say now." Missy (dog) is getting on my nerves. (truthfully, everything is.) Love that cocker to pieces, but she hovers right at my feet and stand right in the way of a door when you come out. I have tripped over her multiple times and I just want to kick her. Thankfully, I haven't fallen yet.
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