I was sick with pneumonia with high fever, coughing lots of slime for two weeks, and over christmas. The antibiotics i got the first week didn't help so i got a new one for another week, which has probably killed all good bacteria for me because when I finally got well, I'm now sick with a cold, runny itchy nose and all that. >___<
Never been sick this long! But I will get better, for sure. Selma is awake so much at night so I get around 4-5 hours of sleep spread out between 22:00 and 08:00, if I'm lucky. That is not really helping me get better from my cold. Ah well. She's such a dear anyway!
On monday Erik starts working again and if I'm feeling better then, I will start to get some going-out-routines here. I need to get fresh air every day with Selma! And i want to start meeting people again, having tea and learning to breast-feed in public ;)
With so much breast-feeding (every 3rd hour) I feel like a milk machine. If she's too tire and eats from one breast only one time, the other one is just pouring out milk by itself after a few hours... Puh!
Now some non-baby-talk:
We didn't give any christmas gifts this year, which was a little boring but it would have been impossible to have time for that. We spent christmas eve by my parents with my brother, my sisters and their children. We spent new years eve at home (surprise), watching Magnolia which is one of my fav films of all time.
I'm trying to update my handwritten 5-year-diary with everything that has happened the last 2 months, which is kind of hard. From now on, I will really try to write a little in it each day. Haven't written anything in it since 2008.... I'm just lazy.
Also: I'm working on a book with our favourite recipes, so now we have it all collected instead of written on small paper notes that you have to search for each time. All hand-written but very tidy and organized, weee!
I wonder if I'll have the guts to go into town for the first time next week.. Maybeee... Just need to find a good emergency-location for breast feeding. Will do, will do.
Ooops, baby-talk. It's like that now. Sorry.