First up, I've actually been doing really well this November with my NaNoWriMo project. I'm currently at 27,525 words and it's only day 10, not even half way through. I'd like to see if I can get 3K in today but we'll see. I'm having to wing it. I mean I know the ending but how I get there and the character plots need to be finished so we'll see how long it takes and if the word count makes it. I've not decided yet if I'll let anyone read it, we'll see. May have a few red pen it lol we'll see. It's a big floppy in perspective if you ask me, but NaNo isn't about editting or critiquing just writing, and that's what I'm doing. I'll probably poke at it after NaNo. I do like the story and the characters and I see ongoing stories, and there is tons to write before the story takes place too.
On to the kid updates. Kathleen had an ENT appointment yesterday, she still has fluid on her ears, but there is no infection so the ENT said to come back in 4 weeks. If the fluid is still there then we'll go from there. If she spikes a fever or complains she said to come in. I really liked her, she reminded me of a friend of mine.
I'm also not sure how much of her meds she's actually taken. I have 30 minutes in the morning to get the girls up and ready including getting Kathleen to take her meds. Which typically takes that long. So I'm multitasking. About a week ago i caught her puttign the liquid meds UNDER my bed, just squished it out. Today she squished it out behind my bed. I turned my back for two seconds to put clothes in the hamper and she did it - AND then she lied to me. She can't play the computer or the Wii today. Tomorrow morning should be her last meds, but I'm going to make her finish the bottle off, it's only a day or two more at most, but since I don't know if she took it all I'm going to finish it off. If she does it again she's going to be regulated to sitting in her room with just coloring books, toys and books to read. No TV might make her understand the importance of taking her meds even if the fear of the hospital doesn't scare here much, tho it still does lol just not enough to take her meds all the time.
Shea and I are thinking of doing a skating party for Kathleen's 5th birthday party. She really wanted a pinata, but I think she'd have more fun this way and also have more friends over this way as well. I hate to impose upon my inlaws for that many kids lol. What use to be called the Rainbow Skate Center on Highway 63 looks to be the best price for the number of skaters. Now just to find a good weekend and put a list of people together. I also have to check on birthday invitations and cake requirements at her school. As it wasn't in the handbook. We'll have to see how things work out in the end.