Is it bad that I don’t know what day it is?

Is it bad that I don’t know what day it is?

The boys are home from their mom/grandparents house and seem to have had a really awesome visit. That’s great and I feel like progress is being made in the right direction.

I’ve been busy all morning getting all the running around done. I really pushed myself to get this stuff done because for whatever reason, I thought it was Sunday and the kids had school in the morning. The days are sorta blending together anymore. Either way, at least it’s done.

One of my errands was to the grocery store where just the basics ran me about $170. I wish food were cheaper and the sensory issues my kids deal with, were easier/cheaper to manage.

I got the groceries put away and dinner in the slow cooker. There’s still laundry that needs done and a house that needs an enema. At the moment, I just happy that my kids are back home and seem to be doing okay. Although, as I’m writing this, Emmett tells me that he has a tummyache. It’s probably emotionally related and I just need to keep him distracted.

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That’s awesome that the kids are having good visits with their Mom. That is so important in their lives.


That’s great. You have a whole extra day than you thought! Which means if it is a nice weekend you could take the boys out to the park or some other nice place you all enjoy.

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