.....so I'm glad I'm only an AUNT!
Sarah, the sis-in-law that went with me to Boston, packed up her bags and flew to California with other family members! My brother is busy with his full-time job and his online work to get his masters degree. He's swamped! So I got asked (and of course accepted!) to help take care of my sweet nephew Carter while Sarah was gone. So almost every day I have been taking him or picking him up from day care and keeping him the rest of the day. Today is my day "off" since I took him to daycare this morning and my brother is keeping him for the night. I'll have him all day and night on Friday though! I love that little kid to death, but I'm so tired! He just wears me out! It's hard work being a full time Mom!!! I had always been told that babysitting is great birth control! lol
I'm so behind on things I need to get done. My room is *still* a disaster, I need to wash my Cayston pieces for this afternoon's dose, I need to shower (groossss), and several other things with deadlines coming up in the next 3-4 days!! Maybe I'll be motivated after I finish this post. I work better under pressure...
I've made a point to avoid phone calls from pharmacies, drug companies, etc. ever since I turned 18. However, they are starting to ask for me instead of my parents. While I've been typing this, I got a call from the people who ship Pulmozyme. I ignored the call, but then felt kinda guilty. So I called them back and went through their automated system until I finally reached a real person. Turns out, they were just calling to inform me that Pulmozyme was shipped.
I don't know how, honestly, but I'm an entire box behind on Pulmozyme. I mean, I'm almost done with the box I'm on now and have a full one in the fridge and now one on the way!! How did this happen?! I don't skip, especially not an entire box's worth! Oh well. Better than needing it and it not shipping on time.
Oh, and I forgot that I need to drive out to my brother's house (outside of town) and deliver the Pack 'n Play and let out their dog... well... I wouldn't call Coach a real dog. He stopped trying to make us believe he was a real dog a long time ago.
Here are a few old pictures from when McKenzy and Coach were younger, just because I want to post a picture today.