Last Wednesday my little princess turned 4. We had a great costume party, ate lunch with Grandma & Papa & went to Red Robin for dinner. It was a great day--one of those days that you know that your kids know how much they are loved. At 2 the next morning mom and princess were sharing the bathroom--one to get a bath after throwing up all over herself and the bed, the other not able to get off the pot. Thank goodness my husband loves me--he spent 2 1/2 hours cleaning up the bedroom and starting loads of laundry. He really should have been cursing my name because I didn't put the waterproof pad back on the bed after washing it.
I spent most of Thursday on the couch, recliner or bed. My hubby stayed home and made sure I was hydrated.
Friday started out great. I was feeling better, not good enough to exercise, but good enough to start deep cleaning my house. Not only did I feel like my house had a sick bug in it I had 20 people coming over for Easter brunch. All was going well until the phone rang and my husbands co-worker informed me hubby was on the way home and to just unlock the front door. Good thing I hadn't started dinner. So he spent the rest of the night and part of Saturday not far from a bathroom. My in-laws both came down with the bug, so I trooped over there with kids, Gatorade & saltines. They were out and in desperate need.
Saturday we cleaned and scrubbed and aired out the house. I had officially caught the spring cleaning bug. It was great, I was super focused and cleaned the house top to bottom. Easter brunch was great, no one yet has reported ill.
Monday after Easter we woke up to a skiff of snow--which for some reason made me excited. I continued to clean my home. Organizing drawers, closets and cupboards and my sewing room.
(These things will always be on the floor in my sewing room)It is Thursday now and I feel another bug coming on. Now that my house is clean, I want to sew--it's a sewing bug.
Here's a pile of clothes to be refashioned--found by cleaning my closet.
Here's a sneak peek of my current project.