Wow, what a week we have had. It started out awful, just no fun at all. Last Saturday, was a relatively good day, my darling husband gave me a much appreciated break, and I was able to take two back to back yoga classes. The new teachers did a wonderful job there first time teaching a large class. Then we all went out to Costco and dinner. So far so good, right? Wrong, after we all got to bed we woke up at 1:30 to the sound of Daniel throwing up all over his crib, this upset tummy did not end as quickly as it came. Instead, he was getting sick about every 20 - 30 minutes till about 10 am. The next few days we tried to rest as much as possible and let little Daniel recoop from his evening of illness. Wednesday, we went to Great Grandma and Grandpa's as usual. Overnight Wednesday night...mommy was up sick. Thursday I found out Grandma and grandpa were sick, as well as my dad! Then on Friday night Brian was up sick all night...so needless to say, we decided it would be best to cancel our Haungs Chrismas exchange for today ( Sunday) . After Brian rested yesterday and overnight, he felt pretty good, we were able to have our family Christmas, and even ended our evening with a delicious Turkey. None of us feel 100% yet, whatever stomach virus we had kicked our butts, but we are feeling a little better each day and we are looking forward to seeing Brian's family this weekend.
On a good note, Christmas was a blast today...last night Brian and I worked on putting together the train set Santa brought for Daniel, and when we woke this morning, after opening presents at the tree, we noticed snow tracks going out to Daniel's playroom...boy was he surprised when he saw his new train table! I think other than naptime and eating, he spent the rest of the day from about 8:00 am till 8:00 tonight playing with his new trains :)
There is nothing like seeing your child's eyes light up when they have a toy they absolutely LOVE!
Hope everyone else had a wonderful weekend, and we are looking forward to sharing our next weekend of Christmas fun with our Kandell relatives.