Love that I just publically posted that I obviously haven’t mastered the “reblog.” I thought that I would just get a draft I could go back and edit as I do when I share articles. Sorry for all of the typos and such if you received my accidental reblog of a post from The Feminist Kitchen. Her piece is great, and worth reading, but my quick draft of “comments” looks like I let my four year old on the computer. And apparently, I can’t delete it. Humbling moment 782 this week.
I guess this is also a good opportunity to explain why I haven’t been writing. If you have ever had a toddler on steroids and breathing treatments, you understand that it takes every ounce of cerebral energy to get through the day. And although he has recovered, I have not. I have been drinking wine, just haven’t been able to write. I will write very soon. Thanks for your patience with my goof.
5 thoughts on “Humble Pie”
I agree with CJ — No worries! Hope you had a lovely Mother’s Day…
No need to apologize. A mom’s job is never done, especially, when she needs to care for a sick child. Enjoy your wine and relax. Wishing you a calm, peaceful and relaxing mother’s day!
The same to you! Hope you are feeling better.
Well, I understand you perfectly – our son had croup quite often until the age of 9 or 10 – when you wake up during the night hearing that your baby cannot breathe…it is not pretty. I still remember countless hours by the steamy shower or by the open freezer (we tried all we could before settling for steroids). For a while, a bottle of steroids was our traveling companion anywhere we went.
But – it should go away with time…
And not to worry – will wait for your next blog post 🙂
No fun, huh? At 2, he has had croup 3-4 times with one trip to the ER. Scary stuff. And the steroids are just awful. My already high-energy guy was just off the walls and frustrated for a week. Not good company for a dramatic four year old sister 😉 Thank you for understanding!