Thursday, April 25, 2013

Every little thing is gonna be OK...

This morning I thought I would link up with Amber and Neely for 

Its Ok Thursdays

It's OK...

... that I have had no time to blog... Between cleaning the house, taking kids to and from school, surrogacy stuff and every little thing in between, I have not had time. 

... that my 2 1/2 year old still takes a bottle. His teeth, speech and everything else are fine.. Plus, he is my last baby...

... that I have had Dutch Bros 3 days in a row... Don't Judge!

... that I am planning on tossing all of my kids toys out, except for a few toys each. Time to de-clutter. 

... that I am getting my son tested for ADD/ADHD. I absolutely HATE the dirty looks and asshole comments some people are giving. 

... that I am probably more excited for Reagan to start her Cheer Clinic next week than she is! 

... that I am so freaking anxious for my cycle {period} to start tat way I can fly to LA and get my Sonohysterogram and Psych Eval done.

... that I don't feel like folding mounds of clothes every single day. {I kinda screw myself since I have to do it all the next day!}

... that I am more excited for football to get here than my friends. I am not a baseball fan.

I guess that's it for today...

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Jessa said...

The best thing that could ever have happened for my son was his mental health diagnosis and medication. I generally don't talk much about with people IRL, but it's done wonders for him. Now he can participate in life and enjoy it! If your son had ADD/ADHD, I hope you find any diagnosis to bring the same type of relief and answers that I got out of my son's diagnoses.

Stephanie @ Life, Unexpectedly said...

Please take the diagnosis carefully if you have your son tested. ADD and ADHD are terribly over-diagnosed these days. My friend had the diagnosis for her son when he was 5 years old. Now, 18 months later, she had him tested again and this doctor couldn't belive that he had been diagnosed with ADHD before. He's fine, he has other issues influenced by his environment, and he's stubborn like crazy, but not ADHD.