The Age of Change

We have a situation at our house. One that cannot be ignored.

As we have lost ALL but one nuk at our house for Dash, we are now in survival mode.
Survival mode equals not losing the remaining nuk.

And yes, I am too cheap to buy more.

The other ones HAVE to be around our house somewhere.  We just have no idea where that somewhere is!
So out of necessity,  we have begun early our commencement of Operation: Nuk Only at Bedtime.
Turning 2 was initially going to be day one.
Instead, the dawn of his new stage in life began 4 days premature since we are now in survival mode.
Let me say it again.
Survival mode.
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I am looking forward to starting my June 21, first day of summer, healthy worship adventure with you–in shifting my focus from MY weight management/loss goals to worshiping the Almighty God with my health and fitness. 

About giannarae

I am a child of God who has been given the humbling job of being a wife and a mother to 4. Those whom He has given to me are my Sweet Peas and Buddies and one Honey.
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9 Responses to The Age of Change

  1. Jenny Aust says:

    OH NO! You can do it! FIND those nuks! Caleb is down to one nuk as well…he's bitten through all his other ones. Once this last one is done…bye-bye nuks! It's going to be tough for him. I'll let you know how it goes! ; )

  2. librariane says:

    So where do you keep the remaining nuk? In the bedroom?

  3. What a big boy Dash is, only needing that nuk at bedtime! *grin*

  4. gianna says:

    yep, it's in his room! We won't talk about how we almost lost THAT one! oh, brother!

  5. librariane says:

    You've torn apart your couches? They've been known to eat keys…

  6. gianna says:

    Princess Pea found another one today! YEEHAW! Who woulda thunk Princess Pea would have found it?

  7. Rachel says:

    Sounds like my house. Even right now my kids are on a NUK hunt. 🙂

    Love your blog. I came over because you wrote about how you live in mn– and I'm a fellow minnesooootan. Cool to read.

    Blessings to you.

    Rachel

  8. I could send you some really used ones! Love his name, Dash. 🙂

  9. Jess says:

    Oh boy. We took nuks away early on (by a few months) because they caused other problems. My little girl is the first of my kids to suck her thumb, which is great since she can't loose it… but we can't take it away either. Oh well. Another thing to deal with later!

    Hope it goes well for Dash!

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