Saturday, August 24, 2013


I have neglected this little corner of the internet. Moving sucks and it has sucked all my energy. The husband left for training and won't be home for a while so I have been on parenting, unpacking, and moving detail duty. Hannah has been obnoxious and that is putting it nicely. I am trying my hardest to be patient since I know she is trying to settle in this new place. She has told me she doesn't like her room and she hates her bed. She starts off in her bed, but she has been crawling into mine since the husband left. I have no clue what I will do when he comes home. I guess she can sleep on the floor until she moves out of this phase. Meeghan is teething, but luckily it seems to be pretty smooth. I am so tired of unpacking. I have no clue where to put stuff. We must have thrown away our cheap bookshelves so I have boxes of books in the garage. I have boxes of picture frames lined up against a wall because I don't have the energy to decide where to put them. I know I have to do it because even when the husband comes home he will only have a week before he starts ground school. Ground school means very little time with him.  It has been raining every day since we moved in. It makes it hard for me to get rid of Hannah's energy. Plus I haven't found a good park yet. I also can't find our art supplies so I had to buy new ones today. The bright spot is the gym on base has a family fitness area so the girls and I have gone there to get out of the house. I can start my training while the girls play. Although part of me cringes when I see Meeghan pick up a toy and shove it in her mouth.

We did find time a few weeks ago to make the quick trip to Orlando.

Meeghan loved Special Agent Oso

Hannah on Dumbo

All of us with Mickey. Meeghan was asleep.


  1. I'm sorry things are tough right now. I hope they get better. Hugs!

  2. Good Lord, you have a lot on your plate!
    I hope everyone can adjust and settle in smoothly.

  3. I can't imagine how exhausted you must be! Unpacking and settling alone with a baby is hard enough; spending time alone with a toddler and a baby is hard enough. All of that together? Ooph. Is there a library nearby? My guy loves the children's section of ours, and it often has story times and other activities (perfect for rainy days!). I'm dreading the end of our summer here. He rides his Strider bike while I walk or job the dog with the baby in the stroller every afternoon. The days are going to get loooong! I hope you feel settled and more energetic soon. xx

  4. I hope you're able to feel a bit more settled soon. Xoxo

  5. Moving is tough.

    And yay for Disney World! We love it there.


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