I’m baaaaaack!

Yeah, I’ve been MIA.  For two whole months!  Did you miss me?  Did you even notice?  (Maybe you shouldn’t answer that!)

It’s been a crazy couple of months.  Spring semester started and I was up to my neck in grading, not to mention side projects, I began my first grad course, I got stuck in the vortex of potty training, and – oh, yeah – I was mired in the utter exhaustion, sickness, and stress of the first half of one of my typically nerve-wracking pregnancies.  I was honestly too tired and sick to even think about blogging for a while there.

But I survived – and I’m starting to actually feel human again!  My work load is mostly under control now. The grad course is off to a good start.  The kids are doing things more independently by the day – including my 3-year-old using the potty all by herself, whew!  Food actually looks, sounds, and smells appealing again.  I finally have some energy and motivation back.  So far, things are looking better with the pregnancy issues.  (I’ll know more next week after my 20 week ultrasound.)  And I’m having a lot of pregnancy-related hip and SPD pain, so I now have plenty of sitting-down time to kill.

And so here I am – ready to dust off my poor, neglected blog!  I want to get back into a regular posting routine for April, but please bear with me while I ease back into it.  This week, in particular, will be challenging (for reasons I’ll share later).

Stay tuned for: pregnancy news (Boy or girl?  Give me your best guess in the comments!), my guide for surviving pregnancy exhaustion, a return to the Pagan Blog Project, and my adventures in the upcoming Creative Goddess e-course April group journey (which really couldn’t have come at a better time – the early coming of spring has me itching to create!).  It should be a fun month!

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2 Responses to I’m baaaaaack!

  1. Lianne says:

    I’m sticking with “boy”! :)

  2. Jacquelyn says:

    I just asked Genevra and she said “I still think girl. I like boys now, but I still want a girl baby.”

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