Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Midweek Confessions


Today, I am linking up again with "E, Myself, and I" for Midweek Confessions.

- As a working, breastfeeding mom (so thus a pumping mom), I have started measuring the success of each day in ounces. It's sad that my mood changes based on that.

- This week, I scored 132 points on a word from "Words With Friends"...my life may be complete. 

- I have seen people cross out words on blogs like so for months now.  I have always wondered how they did it.  I just now noticed that it's a function at the top of the page, right beside bold, italic, and underline.  Please tell me this a new feature, and that I'm not just dumb or unobservant.

- This is a good confession, but it's a confession none the less...I have a job interview next week!  I am flying to interview for a Latin teaching job.  I hope I get it, but I am trying to be real about the possibility that I might not.

And because he's just so darn cute, here is a picture of Baby Jack...so serious!

6 comments:

E said...

Oh do I ever know how it feels to measure your life in ounces. :) Thanks for joining in!

Ashley said...

Best of luck on your interview!
And I think Jack's nursery is so sweet! I really like the idea of Bech's baby photo hanging in there. Does Jack look like either of you more from when you were little?

Ashley said...

I LOVE crossing out words and remember how excited I was when I discovered the magical button too!
Cute blog!

Mom of the Twinkies and Tot! said...

I was never really able to breastfeed. With my son, he never was able to latch well and with my girls, being born so premature, I was so stressed that my milk never fully came in. I do remember my mood changing due to how many ounces I'd be able to get in a pumping session though. Mine was usually never a good mood after pumping.

Good luck on the job! I took latin in high school. What I remember? That amo means love. Amo, amas, amat! lol!

Emily said...

Yay for teaching Latin! Where is the interview?

Sheryl said...

We are praying the interview goes well for you!