FOR TODAY January 10, 2011
Outside my window… sunshine but a touch of chill.
I am thinking… about the nap I’ll hopefully get later. (Daniel got me up at 4:30 a.m.)
I am thankful for… the quiet of $tarbux right now.
From the kitchen… sandwich stuff mostly.
I am wearing… my blue maternity shirt with a scoop-neck and gather at the waist, jeans, and running shoes.
I am creating… a podcast episode.
I am going… to probably take Daniel out and about this afternoon after his nap.
I am reading… one of Mary Daheim’s Alpine mysteries.
I am hoping… things go well this coming Sunday for Jon.
I am hearing… podcasts through my earphones.
Around the house… I don’t even want to think about cleaning.
One of my favorite things… IZZE sparkling blackberry juice/soda.
A few plans for the rest of the week: PT/OT for Daniel and the rest is up in the air.
Here is picture for thought I am sharing… Part of a series of Daniel with his yogurt snacks.
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One way I’m satisfying my New Year’s resolution is by taking part in the Promise Walk for Preeclampsia in May.
FOR TODAY November 1, 2010
Outside my window… nice and sunny. It’s supposed to hit 96 on Wednesday. That is so wrong on many levels.
I am thinking… about my interview later.
I am thankful for… getting to interview for a job I want and can do well.
From the kitchen… probably ramen tonight.
I am wearing… nice shirt w/camisole, black slacks, clogs — interview garb.
I am creating… my NaNoWriMo piece.
I am going… nowhere special this week.
I am reading… Sand Sharks by Margaret Maron.
I am hoping… I get this job.
I am hearing… jazz over the loudspeaker at $tarbux and Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me.
Around the house… I have some sweeping to do as well as a humidifier to set up.
One of my favorite things… an iced chai latté.
A few plans for the rest of the week: PT and OT as well as a rheumy appointment on Friday.
Here is picture for thought I am sharing… my Wookie last night
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A few nights ago as I was trying to get Daniel back to sleep, I was trying to get myself back to sleep by planning out how I’d homeschool Daniel for kindergarten. The reason I’d thought about it is that Daniel is developmentally delayed and I was having OMG-is-he-going-to-have-learning-problems?!?!?!? worries. Jon and his sister Joanna were both homeschooled and turned out fine and I was pondering the idea of just homeschooling him for kindergarten or something so he could learn to read, learn his letters, learn his numbers, learn basic addition, etc.
It might be all the “Your Baby Can Read” commercials that bombard us on Qubo but I do worry about Daniel being ready for school, especially since I have no idea where we’ll be once he hits school and what will be available to him as far as preschool and all that.
I was having visions of creating math flashcards out of 3×5 cards, some kind of poster with the letters of the alphabet, and just a bunch of things. We’ve got a pretty decent amount of childrens’ books thanks to my mother-in-law who gave me a huge gift certificate to Amazon.Com for that purpose last year.
For my readers who homeschool your kids: why did you decide to do so and what do you use? There’s no definite plan to homeschool Daniel but I’d love to know what’s out there.
Daniel has been in physical therapy to help with developmental delays and it’s started paying off. He can sit (if he wants to) Indian-style with very little help and we discovered yesterday that he’ll go forward, weight-bear on his feet, transfer his weight to the coffee table, and reach for things if he’s sitting on our laps on the floor. This latest trick is really good news because it’s a step toward walking.
Crawling-wise, he’s definitely creeping and hopefully should be crawling in the next couple weeks. We need to find a babygate wide enough to span the space in the kitchen to protect the cats’ litterboxes and food from him.