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Thursday, March 8, 2012

update

I had a really good week. I didn't have one break down. Last night I just said, "Amron I need to get out of the house." He played with the kids while I went to Scrapbook Ect. No break down necessary.

I've been to the gym everyday this week! And I might go in the morning. The other day I was on the treadmill at the gym watching the kids from the little camera they have in the daycare. Max and Sadie were being so cute! It was so fun to watch them crawl about and wear someone else out. 

I got eyelash extensions.

Had two real-live play dates. Mothers and children talking together and playing, what a wonderful thing.

The house is trashed. I've been planning on cleaning "tomorrow" everyday this week so maybe I should actually clean tonight. Hmmm.

Also I have babysitters for tomorrow night. So I need to plan the perfect date. Talk about pressure. 

I HAVE NOT WATCHED THE BIGGEST LOSER YET. I really like that show. 

Graham is funny.

He loves locking doors. 

And singing the wiseman built his house upon a cupcake.

I'm starting to think a lot about real, everyday life in Mexico not my dream life of eating tacos all day long on the beach. The taking 3 kids to the supermarcado and not speaking Spanish and using the metric system. And not using the sink water to brush my teeth. I'm not trying to be negative just realistic. 

We really want to take Graham to Sea World this summer before we leave.

Birthing grosses me out so bad! I wish there was another way!

I love driving a mini van.

Why are politics so uncomfortable???



3 comments:

  1. I love random thoughts by brooke! Happy Friday to you!!

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  2. love it! hey if you plan to go sea world, let me know if you need a place to stay, I'm sure my parents would love to have you stay at their house...

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  3. I love The Biggest Loser too! Just another thing we have in common. :) As far as Mexico goes, the first semester is a huge adjustment. Honestly though, I have met people that are like family to me, people who I will keep in touch with forever. The food there is amazing. Seriously. And living outside of your comfort zone can be the most frustrating thing...but when I come back to the U.S. I kind of miss learning and growing so much each day. Now I get so excited when I cross the border back into Mexico, & I never thought that would happen! I'm not saying that it's not hard, & sometimes you will just need to vent about how different things are there, but I really think that you will learn to love it! Please let me know if you need to talk or vent about how hard it is to think about leaving everything you know to move to another country. I was a stressed mess when we were getting ready to make the move! Hang in there!
    PS- I am really hoping that you find a place that is close to us!

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