After losing cable and internet twice in the last 10 days, we are really thinking about canceling Comcast once and for all. We talked about it back in the spring and even got an antenna for the basement tv, but we are finally going to look back into Roku or Apple TV. We have Amazon Prime too, which we really should set up. We are just both too lazy to figure it out and are waiting for the other one to break.
I eat ice cream every night. I seriously don't know how I was able to give up dairy for so long when I did while nursing Ashlynn. I could probably quit it again, as long as I was allowed ice cream. And if we are getting specific, even with the twenty fro-yo places nearby (I swear there is one in every shopping center), nothing beats a chocolate reese pieces blizzard from Dairy Queen for me.
Yesterday my best friend came over and we took Ashlynn (and Kenley) out for ice cream.
I still had more ice cream again at night.
I recently started working out again, mainly just running and doing circuits in our driveway. I need to start getting back to the gym and maybe after we get back from vacation, I'll make that part of our routine. The problem with working out is I become a serious bottomless pit. Nothing is safe and my workouts definitely don't negate the calories in. See above regarding ice cream.
Bathtime with Kenley has become my most dreaded... part of the week? Okay, so she gets more than one a week, but it's definitely not daily. And it's become a two man job. Daddy has to hold her while I wash her. I had been bathing her in the baby tub, placed inside our master tab so I could get in and hold her as she thrashed around. When she finally started standing a month ago, she'd try to stand and climb out when I'd wash her hair so I finally started giving her baths in the regular tub with very little water. She basically is in awe of the drain and will reach over to grab it, or the faucet, or just still try to stand. It's become impossible for me to hold her securely and use another had to wash and rinse her. Last night, she might as well had a jumperoo in the tub since she stood and kicked the whole time. I'm looking into buying one of these, but I'm afraid she'll just try to climb out.
Bathtime is anything but calming and soothing. Any one else have or had a wiggler on their hands? Advice?!