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This mom is flying solo tomorrow.

This mom is flying solo tomorrow.

Tomorrow will be the first time in almost 10 weeks that I’ll be without Everly! For the last 10 weeks I haven’t spent more than an hour or two away from her. Tomorrow I’ll be spending 8 whole hours away from her, I am not sure how I feel about this.

She’ll be hanging out at home with N while I go to an all day marching band rehearsal.

N wasn’t jazzed about spending the day hanging around the school taking care of E (so I could breastfeed her on demand) while I am working. I don’t blame him, if I were him would rather spend my Saturday at home relaxing.

Besides It’s better that she’s not out in the heat and blazing sun for that long anyway… So the two of them will be relaxing at home without me all day.

This is why we’ve been trying so hard to get her to take a bottle lately. There are gonna be days when she’s home with him and I am out working. We also would love to have a date night once in a while. If she refuses a bottle it kind of makes it impossible for me to leave her side for very long.

N and E had another successful morning while I was left to catch up on some sleep. I guess N took her down to the nursery where she took her morning nap in her crib. Crib sleeping is not something that happens often as she’s still pretty attached to swing sleeping.

N said after her nap in the crib she took a bottle with hardly any fuss, she even smiled at him while he was giving her it. This is a great change from the frantic screaming she was doing during bottle time days before.

It appears N and Everly are geared up for tomorrow and this makes me pretty happy. I love her to death but it will be nice to go to work and have 2 hands to teach with as opposed to only the one (since I’ve been holding her the entire time I am teaching).

Now I need to get back to my BPA obsessing, I’ll post more about that in a few days though, stay tuned.

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  • I had this great comment about how good time away is for all 3 of you, then I read that BPA obsessing line you busted out and spit out my beloved Dr. Pepper. I hate wasting my DP.

    However, the fact that you are getting out on your own is a great thing. Yes, its hard. Yes, you will fret and worry. But N and E are going to be just great together. Its awesome that they will get all that time to really bond and hang out. Pus you get to be around the non-diaper wearing crowd for a bit. Have fun, good luck and enjoy it!!
    .-= Becky´s last blog ..Dude, I’m Screwed =-.

    August 28, 2009 at 7:58 pm
  • And as stressful as it is, it’s much nicer when you get to leave them with their father, not a day care or even a grandparent. At least, that’s how I found it.
    .-= Veronica´s last blog ..Daffodil Day =-.

    August 29, 2009 at 6:19 am
  • Julie L
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    I live out of state from my family.When I went places I left the kids with their father and his immediate family.I felt so much more comfortable leaving them.

    August 31, 2009 at 4:00 pm
  • Look at you! You’re a mommyblogger! Go, you!
    .-= witchypoo´s last blog ..AfterBill =-.

    August 31, 2009 at 7:22 pm

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