I woke up to a winter wonderland today. Which wouldn't bother me, except we have six inches of ice and six inches of snow already trapped on the ground. They were saying 1-2", changed it to 2-4. Well, we already had 5" by 10am. We ended up with 7. So basically, there is a ton of snow on the ground. I'm surprised we can get the car out of the driveway. Oh, and more is on the way. Woo to the hoo!
I had to go to the store to get a few things, and it was a mad house! I had to park in the back forty, just about! Why doesn't this store (or any around here) have expectant mother/parents with little ones parking? It was a real treat pushing a grocery cart in several inches of snow and slush. I had to sit in my car for about fifteen minutes and relax before heading home because I was having cramps. Thanks, Kroger!
I got home and Sean informed me that Alice "cooked" her breakfast. Apparently, she likes her waffles toasted, and then she "boils" them in her kitchen!
Then I started the pot roast, only to find out my dad wasn't coming. Which is fine. We just will have leftovers.
Alice has become really fond of throwing things. Sometimes she doesn't let go of those things, and ends up hitting me with whatever. Today, it was the remote control.
And speaking of Alice, she likes to carry her plate around when she is "finished" eating. She likes to pick at the food for awhile longer. Well she dropped some food, and I cleaned it up-per usual. I guess I missed a small piece of onion because the next time I went in the kitchen, I slipped on the onion and barely remained standing. Of course, that didn't help my back/hip/SI/pubic bone stuff, so I can barely move. I wonder what tomorrow will be like? And Sean isn't here to help out...he went in to work to help out and get more OT. At least Alice is asleep now. I can take some pain meds and safely (knock on wood) go to sleep.