Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Irritated...when am I not?

~Wish my kids could come home from school with happier attitudes. Every day it's the same story. They don't want to do homework, or clean, or be nice, or not run, or listen, or not hit. The list could go on and on.

In a way I can see why this is, they have been trying to sit still for hours. They feel a little freedom when they get home. But we have rules. The very best time to do homework is when they get home from school. Any other time does not work. Trust me this is a proven theory. No playing until homework is done. Every day though they complain about doing homework then it takes them an hour which leads to no time to play. Ugh! Wish they could see what I see sometimes.

~I got a phone call today from the doctor's office. My insurance isn't going to pay for anything that I need to have done. And to top it off I have to pay it all in full the day of the procedure. Craptastic is the only thing I have to say about that. Hoping I don't have to have a hysterectomy, they won't pay for any of that either.

~The kids have their endo appointments on Thursday. The Princess' info isn't downloading from her tester. This is beyond annoying. I really don't want to write down all her numbers for the last few months. (I need 3 months for the CGM approval) Not only that, the Little Man's numbers have been awful. Trying to prepare my self esteem for crappy A1C's.

~The Princess has gotten in trouble two days in a row for talking out of place at school. Each time she claims that her blood sugar has been high, which it probably was, but how often can she use that as an excuse? Can I tell her to learn to control it? Is that too much to ask? Stupid diabetes.

~Something is going on with Little Dude. He has been insanely CRAZY. Not sure how to help him.

On a lighter note. I have the best hubby, family and friends in the entire world. :)


The Piquant Storyteller said...

Some days really suck don't they? I'm so sorry. I'm just glad you have a safe place to write it all out.

Kelly said...

My kids are grumpiest in the morning but come home happiest!

I hope the a1c's don't kick ya down! If they do, look forward, not back!

I can help you appeal the insurance decision if you'd like....it's my profession away from being a mommy pancreas :)

Shannon said...

I think you are right about the homework. Don't let them wear you down! They will continue to try of course. Good job, sticking to your standards, Mom!

Nice to meet you and so sorry about your loss on the above post.