Wednesday, December 19, 2012

HO HO HO Merry Christmas!!

I know I'm not alone is this area. Remember I said I would exercise, eat properly, and take my vitamins? Well, so far I do eat properly and take the prenatal, but exercising is a challenge for me. I exercised  for 4 days consecutively and after that I was very sore so,  I quit. Yes I know, I suck at being consistent. Do you have an exercise routine? If so what is it and how do you remain consistent?

On the other hand, I would like to wish you all Happy Holidays!! I always get super excited when Christmas comes around. My tree went up since Thanksgiving. My son is now 19 months and this Christmas I do not plan on buying him anything. Because right now he does not play with the over 15 toys he has. My advise to anyone buying gifts for kids, please be sure they're educational. I received two dancing monkeys, they're kinda cute but these are not the first songs I want my son to learn, "I'm too sexy for my shirt" and "who let the dogs out" lol!!!! You can also do what I did...wrapped the toys that he doesn't play with.

Enjoy the rest of your holidays and subscribe by email or let me know what topics you would like me to talk about. Have a blessed day! :)

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Baby Making Attempt #3

Since I haven't posted in a while this blog will cover couple try to keep up. :)

This is our 3rd month trying. Well, our first attempt shouldn't count since we tried couple days before my period was suppose to come. So I guess it's fair to say, this is our 2nd attempt. Anyways, here are my plans. I must admit, this might be a little bit my fault, because I have been slacking off lately. Effective today: 1)I won't skip meals, 2)I will take my vitamins, 3)and I will exercise daily. My most fertile days are scheduled from the 8th-14th. Let's see if my efforts work.

Our initial plans were to have two kids, raise them till they're 2/3, then get back to work, make some cash, maybe have 1/2 more, and get back to money making. But since this isn't as easy as I thought it would be, I'm considering going back to work. I'm grateful if all I can have is one.

Next subject, I was chatting with a principal of a daycare/preschool/school and she was informing me that she recommend parents sending their kids to school early. She said that some kids after being home with their Moms for so long, they cry a lot and learn nothing. She said the longest a child went crying was two months!!

I'm being optimistic that my son won't be a problem, since he doesn't seem too attached to me. And he knows how to listen and pay attention, because I'm continuously training him to do so.But who knows, I can be wrong.

At what age did you send your child to daycare/preschool? How long did it take for him/her to adjust? Answer or share your comments on these subjects. I look forward to reading them. Have a blessed day!