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Monday, August 04, 2008

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Wendy

It's tuff when you aren't used to waking up in the middle of the night to be woken up again. Recently Larkyn has been crying in the night and the only way to get her back to sleep is for me to go in and rub her back. I think she might be having night terrors.

Get some rest!!!

Wendy

M3

Hope Tahlia's feeling better soon! (We have had WAY too many pee accidents here lately too. It's driving me insane -- short drive, admittedly.)

Lisa

I just went back and read your post....that must have been a very difficult time for you.

One of the things things I love about coming to your blog is your honesty...you tell and share a lot of your feelings. There are many joyous and fun posts, but there is a lot of real life here too...I love it!

I hope that things are looking up tonight and you get some rest...you need your sleep!

Hope that everything is Ok with Jazzie's ear..keep us posted!

Laurie

I feel for you. I've had those days too...come home from work and the dog peed in 3 spots, then Emily is washing her hands in the bathroom and pees on the floor(I guess those 2 extra feet were not attainable quick enough). This too shall pass 8*D

Sharie

You passed the pee on to me...Wmelia just missed the potty and went all over my clean bathroom floor - I'm feeling your frustration.

Sharie

My dog used to pee on the bed when she was mad...not getting enough attention? Or when she was sick...just something to think about.

Tammie

Gee. Pee is not a letter I enjoy dealing with either.

Hope Tahlia's ear is feeling better soon.

Lea Harper

oh dear!

lea
xo

Two Kayaks

Ugh...sorry that you have to deal with all the pee. If I lived closer, I would bring you a big cup of coffee from my favorite coffee place. I know it wouldn't make it better, but good coffee can make you forget about the bad stuff if even for a minute.

Ann Marie

I feel my daughter is still suffering from PTSD and may need help. She was adopted at 14 months and still will not sleep alone.
Can you let me know how you helped your daughter.
Thanks

Magi

What a fun way to start your week. I'm having a problem with Sera only going on the potty if she wants an M&M, otherwise she's perfectly fine going in her pull-up.

Gretchen

Ugh, there must be something in the air. I'm working on 3 hours of sleep last night myself (mine was pee and puke...different kids...and a snoring husband). Yeah, I am reminded that these sleepless nights used to occur much more often and I'm grateful they are few and far between nowadays. Guess we need them every now and then to appreciate how far things have come. :)

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