Want to know something kind of gross?
I have some warts on the bottom of my feet.
Since August I've been applying an acid paste to them in between rounds of having them frozen off. This morning, I had to tote little bit with me for my fourth "procedure." The doc was running a bit behind schedule. Nap time was fast approaching and baby was almost asleep in my arms when the doctor came in...at which time little bit began fussing...and rooting. Though it wasn't "time," I asked the nurse and doctor (both of whom are "misses") if they'd mind me nursing? They assured me they would not, so, with both feet propped up, baby nursing, and while digging my fingernails into my arm...the doctor razored off some of the dead skin around the warts and then froze 'em. Um, it kind of hurt sort of really bad.
Midway through she commented, "this is multitasking at its best!"
I used to be quite modest. Ahhh...the things we do as mamas. You kind of have to laugh.
After the fact, I loaded MC into her warped stroller and pushed her on out. It pulled left quite severely. Just wondering...what might happen if I backed into it from the other side? Do you think it might straighten out a bit? Perhaps it might fold a tad bit easier? As it is, the man sitting in the truck behind my vehicle got a kick out of me wrestling the thing closed. Seriously, though, thoughts?
In other news 'round these parts...
Fresh from the tub, she took to "fixin' her own hair." I hurt just watching her and wondered what our chances were of removing the brush. Thankfully, she wrestled it out and was quite pleased with herself. Now, as for the tangles...
Some days his energy exhausts me. This was one such day. I sent him out to play and within seconds, he'd scaled the hood. A-ha! A new game!
Oh! How she goes and goes and goes!!! (And even has a raw spot on her little toe...but I suspect that might be from the "help" MW and little man provide. They are rather eager.)
And...I introduced the children to a new snack. Since we used craisins, we dubbed 'em "ladybugs on a log." I'd forgotten how wonderful a generous heap of peanut butter on a crisp stalk of celery tastes.