The good thing is... so far this week I have been doing pretty good on staying under calories and getting my water in. No exercising. Thats one thing I have been thinking about this week...... I hate it. Lets be real, I hate it with a passion. I don't want to do it. Now I know once I actually do it, I get really into it and keep going. But I just hate the fact of getting going. Maybe thats it? I don't know, I'm hoping that changes soon.
The other thing is these meds I'm on, its been about a week and a half... and I can say I do feel much better. It probably has helped in the focus department for work. And well I really don't give a damn about the people at work or all the other bullshit that was happening. I guess its what I really needed. Add in that I think its actually helping with the snacking stuff. Seriously, I haven't felt the urge to really eat, I just make sure I do eat when its time. I haven't been snacking at all... and when I looked on the scale yesterday, it was down a pound. I looked on the scale today..... down another pound. Hmmff? Almost back to 209. We'll see what the official number rings in tomorrow on weigh in day.
So yesterday my baby had her first Thanksgiving play (she's in 2nd grade). I wasn't able to attend because I was off earlier in the week for things pertaining to Snuk. Luckily, Dad was there and he took photos for me. He said it was very cute but also so funny. She played Indian #3, #7 and #8 (they didn't have enough Indian's). The kids knocked down their back drops they designed and when it came to her speaking part she was yelling it. Here are some photos:
As I mentioned previously... I was busy dealing with things for Snuk. He is currently getting Speech Therapy services through the ECI program. He has been for over a year now. We did his yearly evaluation on Monday and the results were VERY interesting. His speech is right on target! Great news. But he's fallen behind in his adaptive-self cares and some cognitive things. His attention span is horrible (yes, you expect that with a 2 year old) but they have observed him through out the year and noticed its very difficult to redirect him compared to other 2 year olds. I also had a meeting with the school district this week because we are working on transitioning him to school (basically once he hits 3 years old, the school district handles the special education). He goes for his big evaluation with the school the week after Thanksgiving... and that means he is in the classroom for the entire week, 4 hours a day. So we'll see how it all goes. :)
As for the rest of this weekend...... rollerskating tonight! And I've convinced my good friend to come with us. Hahaha.