Monday, February 13, 2006

I was reminded this evening that I have not blogged in an ice age so here I am....back in action! My offspring is happily sleeping off her big day of swim lessons and napping.

She is enrolled in this super-organic sort of swim school for babies called Swimbabes where they promise to teach your kid to roll over in case they fall into a pool or lake or something. For $25 a week, they better teach her something. Christ on a cracker.

In non-Goldie related news, I have renewed my commitment to stop looking 6 months pregnant by summer. Gym and weight watchers for me baby. I am so hungry I might eat the baby though.

A woman at my church has answered my valentines day prayer by offering to keep G tommorow night so we can have some sweet mama-daddy time which will most likely involve Thai Food and a movie. Dinner at like, 4:00 so we can pick up the babe by 7:30.

The most boring entry ever, but so there, I don't have an interesting life anymore......la la la

6 Comments:

Blogger Rae said...

yeah... non-interesting life... kinda sounds familiar... Goldie is around the same age as Albert, yeah? Heh!

Hope you have a lovely V.Day with your special (non-bubs) time.

1:28 AM  
Blogger catbird said...

I totally understand the not blogging thing! I'm so tired I don't know how I stay away walking around at work anymore. Have fun on your Valentine's night out!

7:01 AM  
Blogger nita said...

forget weight watchers. get 'eat to live' by fuhrman. i lost 14 pounds so far and the man lost 27! you're never ever hungry and the book is a real education re: all things food.

no, this isn't a spam post :)

that suitcase picture made me laugh out loud. that kid is dar.ling!

4:34 AM  
Blogger Mama M said...

oh girl, i am still eating for two and boo is now 20 months old... if you figure out how to keep the munchies at bay, please share!

9:41 AM  
Blogger notasoccermom said...

Nah - I totally beat you in the boring department with my post yesterday :o)
Don't eat the baby....I've thought of it too...Not you're baby, my baby

4:39 PM  
Blogger anything said...

I am five months pregnant and an American living in Mexico. The baby will be born here. I wonder how I will deal with not having a carseat for my baby - did you run into that while you were here? There are so many things about having a baby that are different and, to me, scary here. Thanks for sharing!

7:35 AM  

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