I'm also nesting apparently! Amazing how organized and tidy the apartment has gotten in just a few days. I'd seriously get more accomplished if Mila would sleep more at night - I'm exhausted! But despite her frequent and increasingly nightly wakings, I've managed to : clean and organize both kids rooms, sort and organize four rubbermaid bins of clothes, clean and organize the bedroom ( what a difference it makes ), organize the bottom of the pantry ( it was bugging the daylights out of me ), sort, wash, and put away #3's clothes, and last but not least ( and probably not last either ).... I dug my sewing desk out! Holy crap, it makes a HUGE difference!
So I promptly sat down and sewed Mila a new shirt ( white body, blue calico sleeves ). Then I sewed her a new PJ set for the hospital. Next up, slippers! I dl'ed a great " frog " pattern that I'm dying to try.... Last time we were inpatient, I discovered a few things :
1) Fleece jammies are really warm and comfy. However, one piece zip up jammies are hideously difficult for a potty trained child on an IV and attached to a gtube. I was constantly battling sneaking her extension through the gtube hole in her jammies and attempting to unzip and lower them enough for her to pee without dislodging her gtube OR her iv!
2) Mila's socks got unrepairably dirty!!!! She needs warm slippers even in bed.
This time, we're going in prepared! Two piece jammies... They lack the open side & shoulder that allow her to change while on the iv, but the nurses generally allow us to take her off the iv for a few minutes to change her. The gtube can be left undisturbed while we potty her.
We are also bringing a potty. She is too heavy and likely too sore to be carried to the toilet after surgery. This way, we can just put it at the foot of the bed...
More to come... Kids are calling.
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