Well it’s my turn to ask questions. I want to know why. I want to know how.
I understand there are things in this world I will never understand. Like, if there is a God. That’s a biggie. But as a Mom, I have a lot of questions. Questions that should not take a lifetime to answer.
Maybe you have answers? Maybe you can help me out find out….
How much does my breastfed baby need to eat?
The other day at daycare, The Boy drank 32 ounces of breastmilk and formula.
32 ounces, people.
Now, tell me, why, oh why, do I only pump this much in an entire day.
Why do we go through so many paper towels?
I’m pretty sure that aside from the gas-guzzler we now drive, our paper towel consumption is slowly killing the earth.
Sorry Al Gore.
But seriously, why do we go through a roll every other day? Oh yeah, we have kids – and The Girl tends to throw things on the floor. You know, for fun.
Why can my husband sleep through the baby’s cries while I can hear them from 2 floors away?
I know I am not alone. I swear, my child sniffles, and I can awake from a deep sleep within a nano second. The hubs? Sleeps like a log.
I should also mention that he sleeps through his own snoring, which completely amazes me because I cannot.
But why? WHY?
Why does my toddler always ask why?
I am sure there is a developmental reason for this, but why do toddlers always ask why? And what? And how?
Am I the only one that makes up answers after a while?
Please tell me you have answers for me!