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Aug. 28th, 2008 @ 05:29 am What?
It should be illegal for your child to keep you up all night. Actually it should be illegal that for the 40 minutes or so that she did sleep (between 2 and 3 am) the dog decided that he had to go out. Twice.

I can't tell if this is just a growth spurt, she's eating like a horse now, or if she's teething as well. I seem to recall a couple of all-nighters for the last set of teeth. But my new favorite trick of hers is the one where I set her down for a minute, or leave her in her chair that millisecond too long, and she starts screaming at the top of her lungs. Not crying, not whining, just really high-pitched yelling. That's one I'll have to video for future leverage.

To make this day even longer, I'm meeting my sister to go shopping at 9:30 this morning (aka no sleeping in), have plans for the entire afternoon, and am supposed to meet my boss and his boss and the TRA team for a late dinner tonight. Did I mention that V isn't yet taking a bottle? My plan is to stuff her full all evening and then run out the door before she notices I'm gone. While I like that she has a mind of her own, I sometimes wish she wasn't quite so stubborn. And that I blame all on hubby. Not me. At all.

But the good news is - TRA in the lab and I'm not there *g*.

Now that she's finally fallen asleep, is it wrong of me to want to keep her awake all day? Seemed like a good plan earlier today when I really, really wanted to sleep, but now I'm thinking it might be a bit petty *g*.
Who does she think she is?
Date:August 28th, 2008 11:58 am (UTC)
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'TRA in the lab and I'm not there *g*'

Where is the compassion?? *sniff*
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Date:August 28th, 2008 12:20 pm (UTC)
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How long have you known me? But really - I know you're going to blame me for any findings *g*
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Date:August 28th, 2008 01:19 pm (UTC)
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*giggle* someone has to take the fall.

Wait a minute - I forgot that everything is always my fault
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