What do you get the day after a ketchup day (catch-up day)? You get a mustard day, of course! What is a mustard day? I clearly have no idea, but I’m pretty sure that it’s a lot better than having to catch up on everything.
Work was even easier day. The same people from the other store were at my store today. I got seven batches of dough done and kept food up for the rest of my shift. With no Toastmasters tonight, I will just be taking it easy. All that’s left is another My Writing Journey and I’m good to go.
I’m on a roll with this condiment theme. Maybe tomorrow, I will have a relish day. Maybe…
Nurture: Don’t mind us. We’re just taking a break.
A break? Is she a little more active today?
Remedy: Yes. Nurture just put her down for a nap.
Nurture: She doesn’t know how to walk yet, but man can she crawl!
So she’s…8.75 months today?
Nurture: She is. She’s kind of in that transitional stage between infant and toddler. She’s Just about two feet tall. She’s 23.5 inches tall and she weighs 10.15 pounds. The height of a 3 month old and the weight of a 1 month old. I have her in 3/6 month clothing and a Size 1 diaper.
Just nine more days.
Nurture: That’s if we can toilet train her. I’m kind of worried. I don’t want her to be a baby forever…
Remedy: She won’t. All of her other milestones are right on schedule. She’s babbling and uttering one letter syllables…
Well, I’m going to relax. Have fun!
Nurture: We’re going to do the same. Bye Kyle!
*Remedy and Nurture vanish in a beam of light*
Time to get things ready for tomorrow. I get up early since it’s delivery day tomorrow.
Today’s high is going to be 68 degrees and the silver lining is having the remainder of the day off.
To those of you who like having extra time on your hands, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.
Remedy: Nurture! Muse just crawled out of her room!
Nurture: She did? No honey! You’re not supposed to go there! Come back with mommy. You need your nap…
*Nurture picks up Muse*