While serving my mission, I met a lot of women who thought they were still active in the Church. They hadn't been to church for over a year, but because they knew the truthfulness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, they still felt they were active. They had just gotten out of the habit of going to church. I never understood those women.
But I'm starting too! (Don't you worry, all, I'm not losing my testimony or anything.)
The month #1 turned 18 months old (yeah for being able to go to nursery!) Hod switched positions at work. Now he has to work two Sundays a month. I have learned who is willing and able to help me during Sacrament meeting, so we still go. I get a little help during that meeting, and then for the rest of church #1 is in nursery so I'm fine!
But, you aren't allowed to go to nursery if you have a cough or a fever. Lately about once a month #1 has both. Now, because we have 1:00 PM church, I always miss Sunday School. #2 does not like to sleep while being held, and that is nap time. Because of this it takes me about 30 minutes to get her to sleep. Our Sunday School teachers are very enthusiastic, (which is awesome!) and their loud voices wake her up. When Hod is at church we trade off who gets to go to Sunday School. #2 is usually super happy during Relief Society, so it is all good there. Our building is currently under construction, so as of last week, only the Chapel, the Nursery, and the Bishop's office have doors. If you have a crying kid in the halls EVERYONE can hear you. Because of all of this, if Hod has to work, and #1 gets sick, we just stay home.
Now, I did try going to Church one week by myself with a sick #1. We left half way through Sunday School. After 20 minutes of screaming by both girls I just took them home. We weren't getting anything that day. It has been a full 6 weeks since I have been to church with Hod. Either he has to work, or #1 is sick so one of us stays home. (Usually me, cause I get to go to church more than he does.)
I miss church. Have two under two while your hubby works is hard.
In other news, someone tried to break into our apartment last night. They pulled the screen out of #1's bedroom window. The window was locked so they couldn't open it. I called dispatch to have someone come and look at it, but there isn't really anything we can do. SO glad we put our 60 day notice in last week! I'm giving sick #1 a few extra kisses today. (cause she is sick and because someone tried to break into her room.)
#2 can sit up, and can stand. She still can't roll over. But she is getting close. She seems to not have any desire to crawl at all. When I put her on her tummy she holds her head up for a while, but then she gets all pitiful and plants her face on the floor and cries. It is pretty sad. She is such a cute kid!
I think #1 is getting close to being ready to toilet train. We decided to start sitting on the toilet, just to get her used to it. She hates it and screams. I think she is afraid of falling in. We need to get one of those little toilet seats to help with that. I wish she could communicate better. But we are getting a referral for a speech therapist. Just waiting for the nurse to call me back. (Well, not today, cause it is Sunday.)
The other day our couch broke. So, we went window shopping. Looks like it is time to start saving up! We actually found a couch that we both like. Seriously, that is a big deal, we have very different tastes. It is a couch where we don't have to touch each other, and we can both be comfortable. We feel old that we are to that point. Sometimes, at the end of a long day, you just need your own space.
I am FINALLY feeling like a non crazy person again. Yeah for being 6 months postpartum! So glad to feel like myself.
Hod is working hard. He is kind of over his job, so he is looking around for a new one. And he starts online school in a few weeks.
Busy times at our house!