Last Posting Day of 2004

Can you believe as of tomorrow it will be 2005? That’s so crazy. This year sped by so quickly. Last year this time I had just told Denis that I was preggers with Baby #2. Hard to believe I now have a 4-month-old son to go along with my almost 2-year-old daughter (4 more months to that milestone)!

Yesterday I took down all of our Christmas decorations while the kiddoes were spending the day at their new daycare. We were going to start them at the new place on Monday but were so exhausted that we opted to start them sooner. So yesterday was spent cleaning the house, doing laundry and taking down decorations.

This morning I spent my time rearranging things so that our sunroom could become the new playroom. I still have more to do (and wish I had one extra room in my house) but for now it’s pretty well setup and my living room is no longer cluttered with toys.

I managed to watch LOTR:ROTK EE yesterday – I liked most of the new scenes, especially the Mouth of Sauron scene and the added skulls footage from the City of the Dead scene. I also managed to watch most of the first appendices disk this morning.

The kids are back to their normal schedule. CootieGirl is once again sleeping all night instead of waking at midnight to play. CootieBoy has also slept peacefully both nights since our return. Blissful!

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5 comments

  1. it DOES seem strange how time flies sometimes, i know. i came to america one year ago right before christmas in to finally be with my fiance and spent the first christmas with his family in 2003. This year we have our own place and our own christmas tree together etc.

    p/s:congratulations on the baby

  2. I was just thinking today that at this time last year I still had no clue that CootieBoy was parked in your belly. 2004 was a very good year.

    Glad to hear that the kids are returning to normal. 😉

    Happy New Year, Cooties!

  3. There’s no place like home. Glad all is back to normal. I haven’t tackled the decorations yet. Maybe on Monday or Tuesday, after the Christmas letters are mailed. 😉

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