For an individual, procrastination may result in stress, a sense of guilt, the loss of personal productivity, the creation of crisis and the disapproval of others for not fulfilling one's responsibilities or commitments. These combined feelings can promote further procrastination. While it is normal for people to procrastinate to some degree, it becomes a problem when it impedes normal functioning. Chronic procrastination may be a sign of an underlying psychological or physiological disorder." --- Wikipedia
Ok, yeah. I'm guilty. I am seriously procrastinating. Considering that I am MOVING to another state next week, you'd think I'd be busy packing rather than blogging. Alas, I just haven't been able to get myself to focus on the task at hand. I HAVE gotten some boxes packed... just not as many as I should have by now. :-( So, now that I know I'm a chronic procrastinator, I guess I should be seeking professional help before it reaches the level of impeding my normal functioning. Gulp.
Anyone out there like to pack? Wanna come pack up my house? Or, you could come watch the ridiculously adorable duo so that I can actually pack. Hmmm, there's a thought. ;-) I did get some help from the lovely, Tia Claudia, on Monday. Poor thing drove down here from Long Beach to help me, after puking her guts out all day on Sunday from food poisoning! She didn't tell me about it BEFORE she came down though... I'm not THAT selfish to let her come help after being so sick! I did enjoy her company though, and got a lot more packed up during E&O's afternoon nap than I would have without her assistance. Thanks Claudia!
Other than moving, things have been pretty low key. Ezra has decided the easiest way to avoid eating something is to let the bite of food just sit in his mouth, mixing with saliva and liquefying until it all drools back out. Let's just say that the last week has been a wee bit frustrating... I know the kid's got to be hungry! He's taking his bottles just fine, and sometimes has a bite or two of food before deciding he won't eat it, what's up?! I've tried all stages of baby food, table food, different flavors, etc. If I push it and keep trying to give him food, he'll often give me a look of frustration and then throw up whatever he's eaten. I'd be worried... but other than this he seems perfectly normal. Any thoughts?! I'm ready to poke my eyeballs out at this point! It's a bummer too, because the new habit seems to be rubbing off on lil' miss Livi. Oi!
Ok, lunch time for the peanuts! Ta ta for now!