Here we go…

At 30 weeks pregnant, I really have no patience to try my hand at new things but I figure I’ll give blogging a shot.  This is the 3rd time in just as many weeks my husband has had to be out of town and I’m getting bored.  Luckily for me (not to mention my son who’s probably tired of hearing mommy’s whining about playing trains….again!) Brad gets home Thursday and then it’s off to the happiest place on earth.  No, not a secluded beach with an open bar.  Disneyland.  This will be our first real family vacation.  I say real because this is the first time we’ve traveled where our only motives are to relax, enjoy ourselves, and unwind a tiny bit before the boys make their debut.  Every other “vacation” (and I do use that term loosely) has been due to us moving to another state or some other wrench in life that we’ve decided to make the best out of.  Our little guy is so excited.  He just about flipped his lid today when the UPS guy dropped off our documents for the park and resort today.  “Bisneylam,” he calls it.  It’s so cute I can’t even bring myself to correct him.
Time at the tone is 10:34 pm and I have yet to make good on the promise to myself to at least get my living room and kitchen looking presentable today.  Things I have accomplished:  kick counts, eating 2 popsicles, a nap, the dishes, and making dinner.  Oh, I suppose I can check “start fancy new blog” off my list as well.  Other things I should have gotten done but have procrastinated on: ordering a co-sleeper for the boys (it’s a must if you’re going to breastfeed or if you’re simply a complete spaz about whether or not your baby is breathing…I fall into both categories), changing the sheets and duvet on our bed (sooner than needed, but all 3 of our dogs insist on sneaking up into Brad’s spot when he’s not home), and taking our son to the pool.  Of course, me taking my son to the pool would also involve me having to squeeze my oh-so-pregnant-with-twins belly into my super cute lycra circus tent swimsuit.  Is it really procrastination or simply avoidance?  You make the call.  More tomorrow, I’ve got a house to negotiate with.

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