Friday, June 9, 2006

Do I need a title?

I finally got to talk to MIL today. I thought I was calm and rational--she critiqued my delivery and accused me of attacking her. Grrrrr. At least she knows how I feel--we'll see if she actually listens now. Don't know what I am talking about? Scroll down to "The Honeymoon is Over" I don't feel like typing the story all over again. Time to get on with life.

I broke through my two weeks of gaining with a nice three-pound loss last week. I am now down in the lowest WW points bracket and learning all over again how to eat. Who knew two points could be so important?? I am sticking with it. I have lost 12 pounds so far, so I must be doing something right.

It is Emm's third birthday tomorrow. How time flies. He is so tall and grown-up looking now. I still remember the pudgy little butterball that would greet me every morning with a smile. He now comes down the stairs and helps himself to breakfast. We will take him to the summer fair and eat ice cream cake to celebrate. (must call Dairy Queen and see if they have Dora cakes.....) I will resist the call of the mini doughnut. Really I will!! His cough is almost gone and he has his spunk back, so I know we will have fun on his big day. How many kids get a fair on their birthday???

2 comments:

Lynn said...

Hi from Ontario Jenny,

Your blog is a great insite into a Mom's life. Your rants remind me of my own when I had small children.
You have created a great voice for yourself in your blog.

I would like to invite you to take part in an online forum for International Webloggers day, June 14th, 2006.

We would like to hear what you have to say about the positives and negatives of blogging?
How has your blogging changed since last year? What do you like about being a blog observer?
What changes would you like to see in blogging in the future?

Please check out my site for more information and two links for International Webloggers day and our forum in Ontario.

Thanks,
Lynn Tucker

CTG said...

Yay for healthy almost 3 year olds! And a fair to boot!