Today has been another crappy day with screaming and snot and spilled milk on the couch. Professor is just so fragile with his feelings lately. He throws a down-on-the-ground-limp-and-forgotten tantrum if I set foot in a bathroom. Probably because I go into the bathroom to escape the constant pulling on me to be picked up. Seriously, my arms can only handle so much. Plus, I kind of need at least one hand to do something. But nothing is getting done because no one will leave me alone. Looks like I need to break out my wrap and strap someone on me.
Yes, I know the house will be clean one day and that there will always be laundry and they are only little once, blah, blah, blah. I feel over worked, over tired, and overwhelmed. It's on these kinds of days that I wish I was close to my Mom's house just to go over there for a change of scenery.
I'll be better after awhile I'm sure but for now, I want to lock the kids in their room and spend the day cleaning/resting/reading.
I was hoping to get somethings done earlier today that now I have to do while the kids are napping. Which also equals no down time for me.
PS- No I won't take Professor to the doctor despite all the screaming. There is snot but no fever, no pulling at his ears, no other sign of sickness. And the snot is probably from all the crying. I think he's just being clingy and needs attention I can't give him right now. So he cries. We are also out of milk which upsets him too. When there is no milk in the fridge and he sees that, he says, "Uh-oh!" in increasingly worried tones and breaks down crying very quickly. It's just how our days are going. Gah.
PPS- He JUST NOW started screaming in his nap. He's been down for half an hour. I can hear him screaming around his binkie. Please please please let him go back to sleep!
“Tell them to Have Faith in Me”
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