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Between the 27th and the 1st.

Hello everybody! Guess what? Remember all my cookie baking and selling? Well… yes, I finished… it was great! and finally we placed the order for my rower! I’ll be receiving it between the 27th of February and the 1st of March.

Yesterday was a great day with my eating… and I was active the whole day, first I had to take my 2yr. old to the doctor for her 2 yr. check up and she got some vaccines, which I was pretty torn about doing, I am always torn about that stuff, I have made sure I’ve space them out and not do them when they’re newborns, everybody feels different about this and I am not trying to start a debate, I am just saying it’s always hard both to decide to do it and decide to not do it! so… she got some vaccines, then we went grocery shopping, came home and just cleaned the house, fed the family, etc… My 2yr. old fell asleep at 5 p.m. (because of the vaccine, I am sure) and then woke up at around 10 wanting to sleep on our bed, hubby went to the couch because of course it’s a special situation, I wanted to watch her the whole night, and sure enough she started throwing up at 12 and then again at 2 and finally fell asleep at 3:30 a.m. and woke up at 6 a.m. so here I am tired again! Let’s see my numbers though:

Total calorie intake (yesterday): 1296 calories

Today My calories will be around the same … I’ve already planned to close today at 1252 calories… and of course I haven’t exercised I have a killer headache and I am just looking forward to getting some sleep and not be too worried about my 2yr. old who is crying next to me right now and hasn’t wanted to eat at all… -sigh-

See you tomorrow

The Thin Lady Inside

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5 thoughts on “Between the 27th and the 1st.

  1. First of all, congratulations on earning enough for your rower! How exciting!
    Vaccinations are a tough call. My children got all of the mandatory ones, so they could go to school. The non-mandatory, but suggested ones, I still debate. There’s definitely good and bad about them. My babies came down with the chicken pox right before they made the vaccination mandatory in Illinois. I was so glad they didn’t have to get the shot. At that time, I didn’t feel there had been a long enough study done on the effects, etc. Now, doctors are suggesting Mario get a particular vaccine, and I keep saying I’ll think about it.
    As a parent, you just have to trust your gut, and do what you think is right…. and then try not to look back with regrets. 😉

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