That’s what Samster & I feel like.
I shouldn’t complain, at least we have power & heat. Lots in the area don’t.
P’s work decided they needed the staff to stay in a hotel next to the radio station (for those of you new to the blog my hubby works in radio) to be sure they could get to work in the morning. I wasn’t about to stay in a house, during a blizzard, alone with a toddler, so we came along. That was yesterday morning, I thought we’d be home in our beds watching Dora by now but the blizzard thought otherwise. It’s lasting much longer than they anticipated & we’re out of clothes, have eaten the same room service 3 times & aside from standing on my head I’m plum out of ways to entertain my kid. I feel like some sort of caged animal stuck in a box with a rabid 18 mth old.
She started off happy…it was kind of like an adventure.We got to go to work with Daddy which was neat.But there’s only so much mommy can pull out of her…diaper bag.Soon the cabin fever set in & tears started to roll. And that was just mommy.
I have to say the paci & tv rules have pretty much gone out the window. We’re in toddler survivor mode now.
So we’re staying here at least tonight too, the plows couldn’t hit the roads today because the visibility was zilch and winds were tropical storm strength. We tried just stepping outside to see if we could walk to some other food and had to turn around because the snow whipped us in the face & froze to our eyeballs. Sometimes I really miss Florida. Although at least I can say I lived in DC for the snowiest winter in recorded history! We’ve even gotten more snow than Minnesota! I’m not sure how much they get but it’s got to be a lot right?
I did take some pics of a super cute pair of pants that I whipped up for Samster before we left, I’ll post them later. Don’t worry, I’m sure I won’t be too busy.
Wish us luck, sanity & speedy snow plowers dear friends!