Your mama is so fat, she sat on a rainbow, and Skittles popped out.
That's the only Your Mama joke I can ever remember.
What's your point, Patrice?
No, I don't think your mama is fat. I don't even know your mama.
I'm just thinking of starting my own line of Your Baby jokes based on my own experiences.
Your baby is so difficult, he can't even sleep through a nap.
And it's true, folks!!! He can't even Sleep. Through. A. Nap.
Jonah usually gets up between 7 and 9, is up for about an hour, eats, takes a short morning nap, and then we do dressing change. We usually finish up with dressing change around 1:30. A couple weeks ago he was in a great schedule. He would usually sleep from 2:30 to about 5:30, and we were getting him in bed around 9. Now, I'm lucky if he sleeps 45 minutes. Then he wakes up ill as a hornet, proceeds to fuss for the next one to two hours, and then goes back to sleep for maybe another hour (but wakes up every time I try to lay him down). It's pretty frustrating, because I know he's tired and needs to sleep, but he just wakes up and can't get himself back down. We're having the same problem at night.
Part of me wants him to sleep through the night, but sometimes that's when he does his best eating, so I'm thankful for those middle of the night feedings.
The nap thing, though... Driving. Me. Nuts.
And for those of you who are wondering (which I'm sure you all are), Matt is happy with his Fantasy Team. It took him a while to wind down last night, because he was so excited. It was actually rather endearing (although I know the cuteness of it all will wear off come September 10th.)
And he's in two Fantasy football leagues. AND he does Fantasy baseball, basketball, and NASCAR. That's right, Fantasy Racing (NASCAR has the longest season ever). So it's year-round at our house too. I feel your pain. Football definitely seems to be the most involved though. At least I find football much more tolerable than any of the other sports. Ain't nothin' like a big ol' defensive dude running in an interception for a touchdown. Makes my day every time.
Anyway, it was fun to read your comments. Glad to know I'm not alone. Although there are times it really does get on my nerves, I think Jonah and he will have a good time playing together. Fantasy may be the only kind of sports Jonah ever plays, so I'm really thankful for it, to tell you the truth. But who knows? Jonah already blows our minds every day. I wouldn't be surprised if he excels at sports. I don't think we plan on holding him back (as long as it's relatively safe). I want him to LIVE.
Okay, well, I'm off to bed. I have no idea what this post is about. I'm too tired to come up with cohesive thoughts.
Speaking of random thoughts, I wanted to make twice baked potatoes tonight, but after I had already baked the potatoes and made the veggie/herb filling, I went to get milk and sour cream out of the fridge (to make the potato puree), and we had neither. I happened to be talking to Matt's sister on the phone at the time, and she suggested using Ranch dressing instead. Maybe that's obvious to everybody else, but I wouldn't have thought of it and found the suggestion ingenious. And they were super-tasty if I do say so myself. That Aunt Kim... she's a smart one.
Okay, for real, I'm going to bed now.
And make sure to tell your mom I meant no offense.