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Thursday, April 10, 2008

Weekend Plans Coming Together

As David nursed this morning, I prepare him by telling him I won't be here Saturday and maybe not Sunday either. He retorts, " I am going with you.."

"No you are not." It's like he knows. He is nursing more to make up for my being gone.

The first time I left William and Scott (4 & 2 years old), was the first time we took recertification boards. We weren't gone that long. I nursed them to sleep. John and I went to the hotel where the exam was and was back late afternoon. We left overnight a year later when they had their teen babysitters stay with them. That was fun for them. David went overnight with John to his Grandma's recently. That was David's choice. He left me. :(

I now have clothes for exhibiting. If I had a nice sling with a baby placed in it. I could wear ANYTHING. It's amazing how a sling dresses up any old clothes. I don't have a baby now so I need clothes to make up for the loss.

Mary is going to take William and Scott to the monthly children's service on Friday. John promises he'll take them on Sunday morning to class.

John plans on junk food all weekend. My only hope for a good meal in them is what their babysitter makes on Friday. If I leave some meat, he doesn't mind preparing seasoned and freshly broiled. That's my highest hope for something nutritious in my absence.

1 comment:

Danibee said...

David sounds like a hoot!

Have a GREAT time this weekend and enjoy some time being "Denise" not "Mommy". You deserve it.

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