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Wrapped my sprained ankle today and it seemed to help. We went for a… - Zer Netmouse
March 17th, 2012
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Wrapped my sprained ankle today and it seemed to help. We went for a walk along the rio grande at the Rio Grande State park and visited the nature center. Ankle felt ok at the end of the day.

Still not up to full voice. Really miss singing to Rosie. Croaking just not the same.

Looking for help planning the CHS reunion June 30th. Any help, even motivation.

Rosie climbed on top of the (closed) toilet today all by herself. We're in trouble now. I have already shown her how the mechanisms inside the toilet tank work and she banged on the lid asking for it to be removed, then played with them for a little while, filling and then emptying the tank. Hopefully she does not attempt that climb when an adult is not present. Might have to start keeping bathroom doors closed at all times.

It's lovely out today, high in the 70s, but supposed to be snowing by mid-week. Yay spring.

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From:jinasphinx
Date:March 18th, 2012 06:25 pm (UTC)
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Yeah, we had to keep the bathroom door closed over here for a while. With Keira it wasn't so much climbing on the potty as opening all the drawers and the cabinet and taking out all the Q-tips. :)

Sorry you're still croaking. Both The Man and I are also croaking right now. Kinda sucks when the bedtime/naptime routine for the kids involves singing.
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From:netmouse
Date:March 19th, 2012 05:58 am (UTC)
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Ha! Rosie did that this morning! -- Got into the Q-tips, I mean. I think tomorrow we're going to try some child locks on the top drawers in the bathroom, see if they work.

I checked today and, indeed, Rosie has grown an inch in the past month. I just reorganized the main drawer of my dressing table, swapping potentially dangerous or messy items with more innocuous items from the top drawers of my dresser, which thankfully she won't be able to reach for many years.

I agree re: bedtime routine and singing. Honestly, I was kind of sad when she went to bed just as well without a song. :(

Tonight I was able to sing to her as long as I kept it in the lower registers. I'll just keep going with the meds I guess. Flonase has been the most help I think.

Good luck with your croakiness!
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From:jinasphinx
Date:March 19th, 2012 07:45 am (UTC)
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FWIW, we have found that the easiest song to croak is "The Gambler". :) Got to know when to hold 'em...
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From:dionysus1999
Date:March 20th, 2012 04:23 pm (UTC)
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Was just thinking about the drive-in in your new home town, hope it still exists. S and I went on a "out west" trip in the early 90's. One highlight was seeing "The Crow" at the drive-in theater. The utterly forgettable "Cowboy Way" was the first feature.
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