Life, blah blah blah…

Ronan is back to his usual smiley, bouncy self. He’s still got a bit of a cough and runny nose, but no more fever. 🙂 He did learn over the weekend that if he cries enough when we put him down for bed, that Mom or Dad will come and rescue him. 😉 Ah well, I knew the day would come where he’d learn how to protest going to sleep at night. At least he doesn’t keep us up all night. He’ll stay up for about another hour until he’s about ready to pass out. Then he does when we put him back in his crib. A couple other recently learned tricks are clapping and imitating. No crawling yet. He still lies on his tummy and tries to take off like Superman. 🙂

You know what this week is? Bet you’ll never guess… That’s right, it’s free overflow week! What does that mean? It means we spend all week finding all the junk we have that we’ll never use and is too big or nasty to go to Good Will, and put it out with our trash. Of course, most the stuff is usually taken by random people before the garbage guys even get here, but that’s ok, less in the landfill.

We got a bunch of stuff cleaned up in our rec room last weekend. I’ve decided to re-arrange things down there in the hopes of creating a space that can be used for both family activities and entertaining. For a long time I’ve wanted to start a monthly (or bi-weekly) divination & meditation group, where people can get together for an evening and discuss/practice different types of divination. It would include a 30 minute guided meditation as well. Now with fall/winter approaching, I think it would be the perfect time to start. 🙂 Even if it was just a couple people, I think it would be most interesting. I miss playing with the supernatural! 🙂 So, with the stuff we got cleaned out, it’s completely possible that the rec room will be usable in the next couple weeks. Yay! 🙂

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  • You may have to let him cry it out for a few nights otherwise your going to get in a bad situation with this “I don’t want to go to bed’ idea. Deb tried that in the middle of the night when she was little, we had to let her howl for a couple of nights, it’s hard on the ears, but she got over that little idea of being rocked back to sleep. You’ve gotta be “hard hearted Hannah’s” but it works.

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