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When you move me everything is groovy

A quiet, getting things done sort of day

Fingers crossed in the hopes I don’t jinx myself, but today is the first day I haven’t thrown up in I can’t remember how long!  Andrew went to his nana’s again, so I had the opportunity to sleep in.  Instead of my usual way of thinking, which would be to get up before I actually want to because I ‘should’, I slept till I really felt like getting up.  I got up at 11.
I still feel nauseous, but not so severely as the past few days in particular.  My average per day throwing up was getting up to between 6-10 times per day.  So to be at almost 4pm without running to the bathroom once is awesome!
In other news, our sleep training Andrew is actually starting to get somewhere.  I shouldn’t get ahead of myself.  We’ve had 2 breakthrough nights.  That’s hardly anything to brag about, I know.  We still have a long ways to go, and there’s always the possibility of regression.  Or at least, his attempting to regress.  We’re going to do our absolute best to not give in (even though I would have such…

Sick and tired...literally

I can't believe I did that!

Retail therapy on a sunny Sunday, why not!

Yay for spring and outdoor adventures!

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Today our plan was to take Andrew to Burnaby Lake, only he decided he did NOT want to go there, he wanted to go to DEER LAKE.  So we obliged, and set off for Deer Lake.  We got off the bus right across from the Burnaby Village Museum, and I noticed the Open sign was on, so we decided to go there first.  I’m glad we did, because as it happens they had a scavenger hunt going on, and if you paid to go through the village, you got unlimited rides on the carousel.  Andrew LOVES the carousel, so we knew it would be a hit.
We did the scavenger hunt, and Andrew got his prize of a lollipop.  Then we hit up the little cafĂ© there and had some fries and iced tea, and Andrew picked out chocolate ice cream.  It was nice to sit for a few, and Andrew was really well behaved the whole time.  It was such a bright sunny day, perfect weather for an outing to the BVM.
It was so funny though, each time we left one of the exhibits and went back outside into the sunshine, Andrew would squint really hard and…