This weekend I flew to Utah for two very special events (keep reading). In the last three days I have had less than 12 hours of sleep, and have pretty much been running on adrenalin...Here's the madness in a nutshell.
3:30 pm: board my flight with Baby B. (by the way, traveling with only one child was a dream). She sat on the floor of the airplane and read stories while eating fruitsnacks and animal crackers. She was being SO good that I even got to catch up on some celebrity gossip, and do a sudoku! About ten minutes before we landed, I went to pick her up off the floor and she slipped through my grasp, causing me to catch her by the hand. POP. SCREAM. Wonderful...we ended up in the emergency room as soon as we got to my parents house. Poor Bianca had dislocated her elbow. I got home from the hospital with a VERY sore and ornery little girl around 10:30...talk about a good way to start a trip, huh! After Catching up with my sisters, I worked until 3:30 in the morning trying to get a proposal for work done.
7:00 am- The alarm goes off. Too early. We got all dolled up for a photoshoot with just the girls. It was fun...I always like to pretend I'm a model :)
The rest of the day was spent cooking, laughing, shopping, laughing, cleaning, organizing, laughing, and getting all the details ready for Saturday. I had a blast with my siblings(it was the first time in a year we have all been together). Through out the happenings of the day I was working like crazy to complete that proposal for work with a 5:00 deadline. There was a miscommunication between me and my boss and we had to drop the proposal at the last minute. Ugh. Stressful. I felt sick the rest of the day for the mistake. I hate mistakes.
2:30 am- looked frantically around the house for Tylenol PM because I couldn't fall asleep. Too anxious.
2:45 am- Biana woke up needing tylenol and food. She didn't fall asleep until about 3:30, which means I didn't either.
sorry about the lack of pictures, they are scattered about on different cameras...hopefully I can get a few loaded soon.