A good day

A shower (for me).

A walk to pick up Ethan at school.

A nap (for me, Drew and Adam, all at the same time!).

Drew in a good mood when he woke up from his nap.

The boys and I out the door for soccer practice after dinner and before bedtime. Not for the faint of heart.

A minimum of yelling (on my part).

Only a few hallucinations (me again) from sleeping no more than 2, sometimes 3 hours in a row for 6 weeks.

A moment of quiet to write this post.


Stephanie said...

That sounds like a good day to me! Anyday that all the kids are fed and clothed (without the underwear being on their heads instead of in their pants) is a good day as far as I'm concerned :o) You seem to be doing an awesome job with a newborn and other little fellas around. It's tough to start out with! I totally remember that. Sleep....you'll get it....eventually :o)

gretchen said...

Wow! Awesome day! May you have MANY more...And preferably an increasing number of consecutive hours of sleep each night. I feel sick just thinking about that much sleep deprivation.

I love you!

Anonymous said...

so true being the mother of three is not for the faint hearted then throw in soccer mom with a new born your like super woman

love ya Jen

JJ said...

That IS a good day! Go, Liane, GO! You can do it!

ljmax said...

Encouraging words, from four mothers of four! Thanks, guys.