Thursday, April 15, 2010
The (Practically) Unsolvable
*Caution: This post may remind you of things you would rather keep forgotten*
I don't have a problem with solving problems. I just try to think of the logical way to fix whatever is broken and then get to work. However, there is one certain type of problem I really am no good with.
Every time one of my babies has a blowout I first get a tiny bit mad (just a teeny tiny bit, like of low growling severity) and after a second I think, "Now what? Where do I begin? I have no idea what to do with this." Every single time.
You would think this would be something a mother of four would get used to. I have not. Especially when the baby is still quite floppy, it is just tricky and unpleasant to deal with this problem.
And if it happens more than once in a day I feel I have been very poorly done by. (Sheesh, who's the baby here!)
I try not to hold it against him. He's just a kid. And when he does this
all is quickly forgiven.