Ok, following up on my last post, now that I have actually stopped to think about it, I am really really missing the two hours in the middle of the day that I used to have while the boys napped. I hadn't really thought that I missed it that much before, maybe it's because I'm just too busy to stop and think about it. But now that I'm bombarded with all the stuff I want to blog about, and I sit here at night with my brain full of mush unable to put together anything that makes sense, I am mourning the loss of the afternoon nap in this house. I will never get that back. Tristan is done with napping, and Finn is napping less and less. Until both of them are in full time kindergarten, I will never have an afternoon to myself, and even by that point I will still have Lily and knowing my luck she will be done napping. And then by the time all three kids are in school full time it will officially be time for me to get a job so I won't be able to relax midday and do what I want, like writing. Boo hiss!
Even when it was just Tristan not napping and having 'quiet time' I could maybe find a bit of time to sit and do something quiet, like writing. Usually during that time Tristan would be interested in just sitting on the couch with me, and we'd watch a movie while I would write. We both liked the downtime. But there is no such thing as downtime with Finn. When he is up he is just a whirlwind of energy, he never stops getting into trouble and therefore I never get a break.
So when am I supposed to write all my wonderful thoughts? I want to blog about hooping, and our new attempts to be healthy, and exercising, and the holidays, and probably a million other things that I think about on a daily basis. I'm beginning to realize that evenings are not an option. I just cannot function long enough to write anything worthwhile, nor do I want to. I just want to shut down and veg out before bed.
Oh naptime, how I miss you. I never thought I would, but I do. That is all my brain can spit out for now. Bed.