"Telling a one year old that it will be another hour is like asking a dog to change the radiator fluid.
Yes! Most excellent...I need to write that down. I remember the first time I read a 'your x yo' book, and I kept thinking my oldest was…"
Everyone is doing really well. Lots of sleeping, but not always at night, lol. Melody delivered at home and everything went smoothly. Adie is really cute with her, giving her kisses, playing with her feet, being really careful when she jumps on her head lol, we just have to remind her that she is fragile. Thanks for checking in. Melody says "hi"
I am definitely hearing Twilight Zone music! I also used to have blonde hair with hot pink streaks in it. (Currently it's dark brown. I get bored easily and change it a lot.) I've never met another Melissa Gray, this is very exciting for me!
Of course, I remember you from Albuquerque. How have you all been? Adie (our daughter) has continued to display a lot of indicators of not being neuro-typical, so I've read many of your comments on the topic on Yahoo lists.
We're in Norman most weekends, put usually just pass through and shop at Dodson's on our way to the city. I noticed there are several unschoolers here from Norman. I wish we lived closer to at least a few like minded people.
We're expecting another girl in September - Melody is actually going to a midwife in Norman. We're planning to do a home birth