I think my second book on parenting will be called "Put Your Tussie [here]." It seems like I say that to Eric several times a day whether I'm trying to get him to sit in his high-chair, car-seat or stroller. "Put your tussie in the car seat please!" or "Put your tussie in the stoller!" "Sit down on the slide. Put your tussie on the slide, please." It goes on and on. It's amazing how much parenting is done by telling your toddler where to put his posterior. He calls it his "tootie" (also the word for cookie, and inexplicably "airplane")
I was out sick yesterday and already this day had ground to a halt. I'm grumpy and stressed. Our new house is going so slowly. The contractor wants to wait another day to start on the floors because of the humidity. He's worried that if the lay it now, the boards will shrink later as the humidity decreases.
Still waiting for a 'normal' buyer for the condo. IE one who is seriously looking and doesn't have a long list of things that need to be in place before making an offer. This is looking to be a long wait.