I haven't had much to post about.
All I know, is this medicine is knocking me on my butt, especially around mid afternoon...All I want to do is crawl into bed. But that isn't an option, than I really won't be able to sleep tonight.
I've been having problems falling asleep, for some reason I get energy around 8 p.m. everynight. Go figure.
The kids are doing great. I took Lucas to play gym last week, can't remember if I posted about that. He was in shock at first, at all the other kid in the great big gym. But then he played and drove cars all around. He loved it. It's nice this week, I plan on taking him to the park tomorrow, while Kilynns in school.
Kilynn has been ultra sensitive lately. Having meltdowns left and right. Not sure what's going on with that. Maybe she needs more sleep. She almost never naps anymore. Even if I make her lay down for quiet/rest time (which I do most days), she talks and sings to herself the whole time, never falling asleep. Crazy girl. I would love to go back to the days of napping everyday. lol.
We're planning on the weather staying this way through the weekend, and we're going to the zoo. I realized it's been over a year and half since we've gone.
My friend found out she's having a baby boy. She had 3 miscarraiges before this, so we're so happy she's carrying this baby.
I've been wanting another....I think it's just that Lucas is 18 months old, just about. That's the age Kilynn was when we got pregnant with him. I must realize that my babies aren't babies anymore when they are around 18 months old...then I start wanting another.
Although, honestly, I've always wanted a big family, and although now I realize I won't be having 4-5 kids. I still somewhat long for a 3rd. But we are pretty sure we aren't having anymore.
Atleast I'm trying to be sure.
It's hard for my to accept that I won't ever experience a newborn baby again...even though I hate being pregnant, part of me is sad about it.
I'm hoping that I'll get over it. I know it'll be great when the kids are a little older, and we can do more without a newborn. Right?