I will have to suffer through the Superbowl watching the enemy play, and hopefully they will lose so I can feel some sort of victory.
We are attempting for the 8th time to potty train Kinsley, and we are failing. She is wearing panties, and asking to go on the potty, and will sit on the potty 53 times a day to produce absolutely nothing. She even spent an hour last night in her bed crying to use the potty, which we let her three times and again nothing happened. She has 2-4 accidents a day, and that's it. The most recent accident happened in the bathroom, so is that a step closer? I'm so over it, and if by the weekend she does not do ANYthing, I'm going to stick her back in the diapers, because I don't have it in me to keep this up. Eligh is not at all ready or interested, which is fine by me, and I hope that he just does it on his own before the age of 4 and I can forget this awful stage of their growing up.
An answer to one question: Where is the best place you have geographically lived?
- I have lived in three different states (Illinois, Georgia, and Missouri) now, and in seven different "homes." Putting aside family and friends, I would say that where we lived in Georgia was the best geographically. There was loads to do within two hours, and most being an hour or less. There were beaches, flat lands, and decent weather. I did NOT like the heat or humidity, and that is something I can't live with forever. I cannot form a solid opinion about Missouri, just yet, as we have been here for only a month, but I don't foresee it being a place I would rank higher than Georgia. With all the moving I have done, I have learned that it doesn't matter where you live or how far you are from people and places you know. As long as you have a positive attitude and an openness to trying something new, happiness can be made everywhere.