I don't want Miss S to feel that her life is being turned topsy turvy. I want her to feel normalcy through the move. She is very good about playing on the floor while I am packing, but she still eats every 2 1/2 hours. After I feed her, I like to play with her a little. Then I change her and cuddle her. Then the phone rings or I have to cook dinner or .... (fill in the blank). Then its time to feed her again!
I'm sure all you mothers with more then one out there are shaking your heads and laughing at me! In fact, as I read this post, I am laughing too. I have so much to be thankful for .... a daughter to cuddle, a husband to cook for, a house to move from and to! Food to cook, friends and family to talk to, things to pack ...etc.
Ok, I just needed to air my stress, and the very airing has calmed my spirit. After looking on all the blessings that God has given us, I feel ashamed for complaining at all. Thank you Lord. You have blessed us beyond imagining.