REVIEWED BY: Marguerite Zelle
MY RECOMMENDATION: YES
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WEB ADDRESS: http://lifeafterkids-echo.blogspot.com/
BLOG DESCRIPTION: My name is Echo and I'm a stay at home mom and a full time student at the local community college. I'm majoring in human and social services, although honestly I'm considering taking some time off to focus on writing. I have a hubby, who both loves me and annoys me, usually in equal amounts! And I have three wonderful children. Jordyn is 7 years, Hunter is 3 years, and Holly is 15 months old. These four are the loves of my life. I'm pretty new to blogging but I'm completely addicted to it. I even dream about blogging! Is that crazy or what?! I'm always learning new ways to improve my blog and I try to post daily, so please come back and visit me often. I love company!
MY REVIEW: This is an excellent blog for young parents or parents to be. The author writes well and enthusiastic and has plenty of stories to share.
Seperation Anxiety As I've mentioned before, the 5 of us live in a 2 bedroom apartment. Crazy huh? Jordyn and Hunter both have their own room. The hubby and I sleep on a futon in the living room, and Holly's crib is in the living room as well. Until last night that is. I was on the computer just playing Farmville, when I got a wild hair up my ass and decided I was tired of Holly being in the living room so I cleaned Hunter's room and moved her butt in with him!RECENT POSTS:
Hunter seemed excited about it and when I asked Holly if she liked having her bed in bubby's room, she hugged me. I'll take that as a yes. Come bedtime, Hunter and Holly both passed out within 10 minutes! I was thrilled beyond words. Until about 20 minutes later when Holly woke up completely inconsolable. I picked her up and she just layed her head on me. She was so pitiful. I brought her into the living room and sat her in the recliner with hubby. I took her shirt off cause she was hot, fixed her a bottle, and set up a fan in their room where she couldn't reach it. She played with Daddy for a few minutes then it was off to bed again. She fussed for about 5 minutes, then was off to dream land again. She did great. Woke me up around 3am for a bottle, then fell right back to sleep. It was great!
Why then did I title this Separation Anxiety? Because I had it! I felt awful when I layed down to go to bed. I hated having her in another room. I was seriously regretting moving her in there. I kept looking at all her toys, which still reside in the living room, and missing her terribly. Even when she wasn't waking me up during the night, I was still waking up to go check on her. I know, I'm pitiful right? But she's my last baby and I missed her. But she did sleep so much better and I have to admit, when I wasn't up checking on her, I did sleep better too. Hopefully tonight I won't be such a cry baby about it.
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Whose Body, by Dorothy Sayers (the Annotated Edition)
The Coldest Equations (science fiction)
Volcano Seven: Treasure and Treasure Hunters
The Lady and the Tiger...Moth