Life, Stress and Wedding
Oh man, it's been a very long time since I've written anything and I apologize for that. Had to deal with a ravenous teething baby, and preparing myself for becoming a bridesmaid in my friend's wedding. It was stressful and insane but I still enjoyed our little travel with my family. It was challenging and we made it through. Along with having to be a stay-at-home mom and still trying to organize and clean my home all while contemplating and procrastinating about what will happen at the wedding and on how I should style my hair and if I should waste money on buying makeup that I will probably just use once. I got carried away and forgot to keep writing on my blog.
But enough of the self-guilt I currently have at the moment. Let me tell you what's been going on and share what happened.
So first off I would like to you tell you that it is very stressful and heartbreaking taking care of a child that is going through the teething stages. To the point where sometimes they are inconsolable and you just don't know what to do but you still try numerous of tips and suggestions just so you can see a smile on your baby's face and ease their pain. So I have been feeding her chamomile tea along with some constipation ease since she has been trying to eat a lot of the Beechnut food. So it has been working and I have created a feeding schedule that works best for her.
One of my friends finally got married and it was on St. Patricks day except no one could wear green since it was a Batman theme wedding. We weren't able to stay for the whole wedding but I still had to stay for the important parts since I was a bridesmaid. We had to leave early due to the weather we didn't want to get stuck over in the Dallas area since we only had one night at our hotel and didn't want to waste more of what little money we had left. Being a bridesmaid isn't cheap. Even if the bride wanted to save some money they still had to spend quite a bit. But overall it was a great wedding. Despite the fact that the mother in law of the groom twisted her ankle she still pulled through in walking her son down the aisle.
(My Friend and My Little Girl at the Wedding)