He left me Friday afternoon. He finished work early, packed and drove away.
Mr. DD left us to take his dad to Boston to see family, and we sorely miss him.
My phone has gone kaput on me, probably due to an unusually high humidity, especially when surrounded by a teething baby’s mouth.
What is it about phones and babies, anyway? She has a toy one, but NOOOOOOoooo. What do you take me for, she says when I try to perform the ole’switcheroo, a Baby?! Stupid Mommy.
With my phone’s keyboard failing, I’ve had to use the blue tooth in the van. Handy that. Kind of.
I have to go out to the garage and turn over the engine. Talk about a huge cell phone. And no, we don’t have a land-line.
During his absence, I’ve developed an unusual love of the styro-nut chair. You might know it as a “bean bag chair” but since they replaced the beans with those horrible Styrofoam peanut thingies, I can’t call it a bean bag chair.
Anyway, it makes a nice cocoon for ZGirl when I just don’t have time to hold her when it’s time for a bottle. Yes, she can hold her own bottle, but well, I feel a bit guilty laying her down on the granite counter-top and handing her a bottle. Kidding. I don’t let her lie down on the counter; she sits on it – legs dangling over the edge.
Mr. DD returns this weekend. I can’t wait. To all the single-parents out there: We at Budweiser salute you, Ms. (or Mr.) Styro-nut Chairs Are For Amateurs since Real Parents of Genius would place their baby in the kitchen sink filled with last night’s dirty dishes and proceed to feed and bath the baby, and do housework in one fell swoop.