Why is there no naptime for grownups?Posted: September 10, 2010
Two hours of (relative) peace and (almost) quiet is the best thing I could have ever asked for. Working with older children, I forgot just how grating nonstop crying can be…separation anxiety in toddlers is a bitch! I’m going to need to get some caffeine back in my bloodstream STAT, or I’m not able to guarantee that I’m not going to stab out my eardrums.
I’m all about the comfort foods right now.
The ultimate in comfort food (for me, anyways): whole wheat linguine with marinara sauce and TVP, plus spinach + garlic.
Tofu scramble with broccoli, spinach, yellow squash, and tomatoes, and a healthy dousing of balsamic vinaigrette.
I’d show you exhibit C, but you really don’t want to see an empty Green & Black’s wrapper and an empty wine glass, do you? Didn’t think so.
Thank. God. It’s. Friday.
Football time. There’s nothing more cathartic than screaming like hell (and having a legitimate excuse). Now excuse me while my head implodes.
What are your comfort foods? And more importantly, HOW THE HELL do you get a bawling toddler to stop wailing for mommy? I’ve tried EVERYTHING and she still screams for hours on end!