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I have not blogged in a while. There are several reasons for this: 1. Steve got a new fandagled computer that has intimidated me with picture posting. 2. I have a had terrible cold that I STILL have and it goes from bad to worse and back again. 3. Emily is still not sleeping in her big girl bed. I am battling her for 2 hours or so in the afternoon to get her to take a nap. Now, she gets under the new dining room table so I can't get her. It makes me CRAZY! 4. Emily has been sick with an ear infection and sore throat with high fever. This has not helped the nighttime sleep patterns. So.....that is where I have been. But, I am still thankful. I have read so many blogs and heard so many prayer request at church of people going through terrible grief and pain. My struggles are nothing compared to that!
I hope to post some pictures soon.

Comments

Kelly said…
I check every day for an update (even though I talk to you every day).
You are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO pleasant despite your cold and no sleep and having a 2 year old. You are my hero!!!
Sara Campbell said…
Hey sweet friend. Sorry it is rough right now. Getting sick when pregnant is rough b/c there is so little you can take. I had a 2 month long sinus infection when pg with Eva and then finally went to the dr. in tears and said, "Make me better, I can't stand this." I finally got well. Hope you get well soon and life settles!
Hillary said…
Hiding under the dining room table?!? HAHAHA! I know that's frustrating for you but aside from all that it makes me smile! I wonder who she gets that from? :)
Leigh Ann said…
It seems like colds/sinus just hangs on when you are pregnant. I don't know why that is. I hope you feel better real soon.
The Garners said…
It used to make me crazy when Rhett wouldn't take naps--he'd go through times of good napping and then times like you're in now with E. He doesn't nap at all now (hasn't in nearly a year)--but he still "rests" for an hour in his bed in his room. When I finally admitted to myself that he was done napping, it was much easier because I didn't stress out and get mad/frustrated anymore. I hope she'll get back on schedule for you before the new baby arrives--I don't know about you, but just a little bit of routine does wonders for my sanity! Also, I'm so sorry you've been sick and had this cold for so long. Hopefully you're immune system will be back to 100% once the baby is born--I think being pregnant just wears down the whole system!?

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