We have the tradition of doing Mothers Day Brunch at the Westford Regency, which is also where I had my Bat Mitzvah (gasp!) 20 years ago. Its a very nice brunch: buffet style, with an omelette, waffle, and carving stations. Not too much kosher-friendly fare, but good nonetheless.
Me and my cherubs:
Grammie and the Girls
Zev and Grammie (he looks just like his daddy)
Aunt Julia and Tzelia (check out the eyelashes on her!)
I haven't been able to post too many pictures recently because we've been slacking on getting them off the camera and phones. So I'll make a big picture post soon.
Update-wise, things are going well. We think Zev has allergies and have resorted to giving him Claritin occasionally. When we gave it to him in the morning, Jason ended up in his first 'parent/child' conference: seems Zev was pushing and hitting others. Since aggression can be a side-effect, we decided that when we do give it to him, to limit it to the night-time, so the effect is on the downside of the pK curve (can ya tell I work at a pharma company?). He is thriving in daycare and I find it hilarious that he has all these new phrases he didn't have before. The girls are doing equally well, although not walking yet (!!!!). Just a matter of time. We're back in our routine.
On my side, I seem to have bronchitis. I've been coughing non-stop for the last few weeks. And now I find that my abdomen is particularly sore, which I am attributing to all the coughing. I'm debating calling my surgeon to go visit him; recovery from an abdominoplasty can take a year, so I am still under his care. I know someone who broke a rib from coughing too much when she had pneumonia, and while the coughing hasn't been that severe, it has been daily all day, and that's a lot of 'use'. I just don't have a lot of time as it is and don't want to make an appointment...
But I'll probably bite the bullet if the pain doesn't go away in a day or so. I can't make an appointment for this week anyway: too busy at work. And then too busy at home....as usual.