Monday, December 22, 2008

Ah, I am feeling so much better now. Thank you for all your well wishes. Amazing what rest can do to the body. It was all worth the mess I had to clean up from some little guy eating pop tarts, lunchables, and anything he could get his hands on. He at least asked before he ate them. I was just happy that he was taking care of himself so mommy could rest. When it came to dinner though, I had to make him something, he told me he couldn't cook. Dinner however consisted of hamburger helper...the single serving size...the one you mix with water and zap in the microwave. Call me pathetic, I know. I just need to teach him how to read the measuring cups and I'll be set for next time.

10 comments:

Lee said...

Good to hear you are better!

SJ said...

He is already well ahead of what I used to be at that age.

SJ said...

And a Merry Christmas to you and your son and the rest of your family :)

Sicilian said...

I am glad you are better. I think your little man survived just fine.
Wishing you and your family the best Christmas and a very Happy, Healthy, and prosperous New Year.
Ciao

Barbara(aka Layla) said...

YAY!!! I am glad you feel better. Rest really is amazing

Leigh said...

So glad that you are feeling better! These pictures are adorable. What a handsome little man and a beautiful momma!

I wish you a very MErry CHRISTmas!!!

zingtrial said...

If you’re not feeling well, it might be you need to slow down and rest. I’m guilty of that! I’m well aware that last week I was up way too late for way too many nights in a row. So, if you’re nodding your head right now, think about slowing down to get better. Ok, I’m off to take a nap. :).Wishing you well :)
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zingtrial said...

"There are three stages of a man's life: He believes in Santa Claus, he doesn't believe in Santa Claus, he is Santa Claus."He!He!He! Wishing you well :)
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Alcoholic Brain said...

Glad you are feeling better. Happy holidays your way kiddo.

jennifer said...

Glad that you got over the creeping crud before Christmas. Tis the season for germs to be floating around and Tis the season to be WAAAAAY to busy to be sick.