Scarlett is doing oh so well! Adorable. She is talking so much, tantruming so much, and independently move through life. She is a cuddler and so sweet. Of course, as a Guatemalan, she loves babies. I mean loves them. She tenderly pats their head and nurtures anything resembling a baby. Kids her own age.....whack, smack, and scratch lately. If she is tired or teething, which she has been for a month, she is not very good at sharing or getting along. If she is well rested she is a delight. Fiery dramatic little thing.....oh where does she get it?
Have I mentioned that we got chickens last summer? Yes, we did. Urban farming here we come. We recently donated fertilized eggs to a school and they incubated our babies. One made it and came home a few days ago. Much to the delight of my dogs who are hovering over it's cage with their big noses chasing it around. The chicken likes it and the dogs are loving the chicken. Matches made in heaven. How do you ask do we come by fertilized eggs? Why a rooster of course! We are only allowed to have hens in our town but ummmm what do you expect from a couple of urban dwellers like ourselves who stupidly mistake a rooster for a hen. We are chicken farmers. Yep!
Bees.....Scarlett saw her first movie on the big screen and loved it. You know The Bee Movie. We though it was appropriate since we are getting two hives for our yard! We have an unheard of acre in our city and happen to be next door to the community garden so it seems as if we live in the country. We are so excited.
I will mention the goats in another post. :)
Still mind sucking infertile. Damn. So frustrating. This is one of the reasons why I feel blocked up here is because on one hand I am so damn happy to be a mom and on the other hand still pissed off...no not pissed just sad about not being able to conceive. On a funny note, my friend and I were chatting the other day and discussing infertility as she had recently come down with a case of bad-ute-itis. The conversation turned to if I ever get pregnant it would be a ticker on CNN. I do not know which is more funny....the fact that she had so little faith in Paris and Nicole ( my ovaries) to turn their ovarian life around or that it would be news worthy for us to get pregnant. I may have to add this to the list of "You know you are infertile when..." Six years plus and counting. Go ovaries!!!
Well I need sleep....really need sleep. Minana? OK? I know you need more...like pics.....