I'm the mom to a 6 year old. It's true. I'm finding it rather hard to believe.
It's true that I allow my 15 month old to watch television. She doing it right now.
It's true that she'll be content for maybe 3 minutes. So I had better type quickly.
It's true that I ride the bus to and from my classes to save money on gas.
It's true that I actually enjoy riding said bus. I use the time to read or study or close my eyes or *gasp* knit. I love it! My favorite is to knit while listening to a book on my mp3 player. Fabulous!
It's true that I currently have A's in each of the classes I'm taking--microbiology, 2nd semester Anatomy & Physiology and an Art class.
It's true that I've amended my schooling plan to include a major in Art. This is only so that I can hopefully enroll in a photography class or two. I will then drop the Art major.
It's true that my 3 1/2 year old hasn't nursed for at least 3 weeks.
It's true that this makes me a bit sad.
It's also true that it makes me very grateful for having another baby still nursing.
It's true that my 15 month old will sign "all done", "milk" and please. She also nods and/or shakes her head vehemently to get her point across.
It's true that my hubby and I had our first uninterrupted night of sleep in more than a year this weekend.
This was only true because we convinced the grandparents to keep the girls overnight on Friday.
It was lovely. This is very, very true.
It's true that the youngest has lost interest in the video and has now gone in to wake up her big sisters who are napping. She has also found the camera cord and thrown it in the garbage. She is now stuck between the couch and the end table.
Time to go. This is most certainly true.