As has become my habit, here is 2o10 summarized by the first line of my first post of each month. If you missed any of them, click on the date and you can read the whole post.
January 4, 2010 – Well, my mackerdoodle was in fine form while Nana and Papa were visiting.
February 2, 2010 – For the last three weeks my cheesedoodle has been waking between 4 and 4:30 am, nursing for an hour and a half to two hours solid (not comfortable I’ve got to say) and then eventually giving it up around 6:30 and deciding he was awake.
March 1, 2010 – For those of you who dwell in caves and come into civilization only to read my blog (and if you exist, may I ask, “why THIS blog?”) the Winter Olympics were just held in my former home province.
May 4, 2010 – Today I crossed two things off of my to-do list; my to-do list had fifteen things on it.
June 3, 2010 – Well, I’m no longer a resident of Georgia.
July 1, 2010 – My kids are pretty cute and I have been remiss in mentioning it lately. So here is all the cuteness in photos and stories you can handle.
August 2, 2010 – There are a lot of random thoughts bouncing about my brain and it’s Monday and I’ve only had half a cup of coffee, so here are those thoughts, free form with no thought to order, structure, entertainment, or even quality – I mean, worse than is normally the case here.
September 1, 2010 –
Mackerdoodle: “Cinderella? I’m Ariel.”
Me: “Hello Ariel.”
Mackerdoodle: “I married my husband, so he’s back at home cleaning the kitchen floor and I’m going to the pool with Belle and Snow White and Sleeping Beauty. You want to come to the pool wif us?”
Me: “I have to clean the kitchen this morning.”
Mackerdoodle: “For your step mother? She say well done, good job. Now you can come to the pool? We have sprinklers!”
October 4, 2010 – Early Sunday morning I woke up to that sound that parents dread. It’s a sound guaranteed to make a mother jump from dead asleep to full motion in .2 seconds. I heard the unmistakable sound of vomiting.