Saturday, July 23, 2011

hot hot hot...

I dont know where you all live but right now on the east coast it is HOT. Unbelievebly freaking HOT! We arent used to it! Yesterday was 102 with a heat index of 122... full 100% humidity. It is horrible.  Needless to say we have been stuck in the house. My dog is going insane!  To break up the heatness we have been waiting until after dinner when its still over 90 degrees and heading to the pool... helps a bit.

The heat wave isnt supposed to break until monday so we have a full hot weekend ahead of us. Today Im starting it off right and heading in for a prenatal massage...ahhhhhhh.  Then its off to a 5 year olds bday party that my son has been talking NON stop about. Hoping I dont melt - at 20 weeks, I have NO clue how those farther along are doing in this heat!

Sunday my mom is supposed to take G to a baseball game and hubby and I are planning to head out for our anniversary dinner. No clue if that is still the agenda with the current weather. Sad part is - Im so blah with heat that I could care less if it happens or not.

Ive been FREAKING out about G starting kindergarten in a month. Oh how time flys. Im worried about him on the bus, worried that he will hate school, worried that he will have a bad teacher or not make friends, worried that he has too many changes all at once between a new school, new daycare when school starts and then shortly after a new baby. Needless to say Im worried. Everyone with older kids tells me to relax - everything will fall into place. Everyone with kids my age, it appears is freaking out right along with me. Oh the joys of parenthood.

1 comment:

  1. I have older kids, but won't tell you to relax since I have put 3 of them on the bus and have been there (for the record, all 3 did come back, so that is encouraging). It is a scary thing to do, to let them out into the world.
    My oldest (16) is currently in Israel with a group, yup, freaked. My youngest is 10 and is going to sleepaway camp for the first time on Wed. Freaked.
    I want to say it gets easier, maybe we just get stronger.