Why must teething last so long!? I'm thankful Carson is developing molars because I am really tired of him swallowing his food whole. However, this process has been long and exhausting for the whole family. After three weeks of a few molars attempting to come through, they finally broke free. Hopefully that means this round of teething will soon be over and we can have a break (please God!).
Today, Carson had to be held the entire day. Even washing my face was a challenge. Our lack of sleep has just gotten worse (poor hubby almost fell asleep at work). I've already decided that tomorrow, I will be getting a double shot in my rice milk latte. Thank goodness I'm not preggers yet!
Today was also a growing experience. I finally stopped worrying about what Carson was keeping me from doing and sat my bum on the couch and just cuddled him, caressed his face, and played with his hair. It felt pretty darn good too. The stress of getting our home perfectly clean and the laundry folded melted away. I was able to just dissolve into that moment with my child and comfort away the pain from his swollen gums.
This was something I had been fighting for days now. I was putting my "chores" before my very own son. How many things do we put before our children each day and not even realize it? What about our spouses? From now on, I'm going to be paying a little more attention to the details of life instead of my polished furniture.