I run Reagan to school. I pick her up (except the one day a week that my friend so willingly brings her home....HUGE HELP!!!!! Thanks!!!).
Joel has weekly therapy appointments. He has many doctor appointments. Next appointment is with the dermatologist for his random rashes....yippie.
I am still changing 21 diapers, making 3 meals, and 2 snacks.
Addison always seems to be sticky, it's her superpower...so I am constantly wiping her up.
Joel has a runny nose 24/7 (I am sure it's allergies at this point).
Delaney has discovered her LOVELY screeching voice and is screeching almost constantly during the day.
Joel screams at the top of his lungs and pounds his head into the floor, nothing soothes him...this is still a profound mystery.
I feel like Addie is being left out, because she has no LOUD habits that require my attention....sans climbing the couch and baby gates.
Ethan is 4 and wants me to play with him all day long, which in turn gives me indigestion from the mother guilt that I feel when I have to turn him down....("Not now Ethan, I am sorry....but the babies all pooped in unison again!").
The worst part is that I feel like I am missing out on the best part of Reagan and Ethan's childhood. They are SO MUCH FUN right now, and my attention is often diverted to the babies. (Have I ever told you how much fun I think 4 and 5 year olds are??? Seriously, I LOVE this age!) Don't misunderstand what I say....I LOVE the triplets.
I would never take back a moment of their lives, I just wish there were 2 of me. One for the babies, one for Reagan and Ethan.I am feeling some Mommy burn-out. What I NEED to do is buckle down and make more time for my devotional life. I need God to give me some spiritual caffeine. I DO devotions, I read my Bible. The problem is that I am not scheduling myself enough time. It's all in the scheduling. ::sigh:: If only I could read the Bible in the shower...... (just kidding!)