These are my confessions...
I confess that I still get grossed out by making/touching chicken (raw to be specific). It started when I was pregnant with the girls and I made chicken two days in a row and got sick from it. Not from undercooked chicken, but the smell, touch and texture of it. Especially leftover chicken. And now I have been baking chicken two to three times a week for the girls. It grosses me out. So this week I didn't want to make it, so I opted for frozen chicken tenders (organic, gluten free ones). They smelt good, were easier to cut up and store for the girls. I won't be doing it weekly, but it changes it up every so often.
I confess that I have been wearing earplugs to bed lately (not when the girls are sick though) because my husband has been snoring (only when he sleeps on his back). But also because then he has to get up more at night to tend to the girls. I will still hear them cry, but can block out the snoring. Total win for me.
I confess that I get excited when my girls poop. Weird yes, but crazy, no. When your kids get so constipated from being sick (RSV), only wanting to drink milk and not eating much, you welcome poopy diapers. And lots of them.
I confess that I want this promotion at work so bad that I fear I won't get it. Everyone who interviewed thinks they did an amazing job and are a shew-in for it, but I feel like it is never my time no matter how hard I work that I get into my own head.
I confess that I drink WAY TOO MUCH coffee. Well for my standards. I used to have a latte here and there, then I had one daily and now I will have either a latte, followed by coffee and then coffee again in the afternoon. I drink so much coffee. Don't get me wrong, I love coffee/lattes, but they are so fattening. I used to drink "skinny" drinks, but changed that when I was pregnant. Well I am trying to cut back on the coffee to a cup or two a day, use a very small amount of half and half (I can't drink black coffee) and go back to "skinny" lattes. One step at a time.
I confess that I don't understand the obsession with LuLaRoe and their leggings. I wear leggings/yoga pants pretty often, but I like the standard black leggings. I do love the cute Fair Isle ones everyone wears in the winter/Christmas time, but the crazy colors and patterns are not my thing. Plus I hear from one person that they are cheaply made and others that say they last forever. So ladies, what do you think? Are they good? Bad? Worth it? I have an obsession with Lululemon pants and not sure if I can ever go back. That is why I only have a couple pairs of those babies.
I confess that I am so annoyed with reselling children's items. I am part of a couple facebook resell groups and no one comes through. They say they want the items, then never respond again. Ugh. This means that I will have to hang, tag and price all the items for a consignment sale with my twin mom group and the local one I go to twice a year. So.Much.Work. And I also have to pick things I want to keep for keepsake items. So hard going through your children's things. Too many tears.
I confess that my mom gave us a huge bag of cookies (homemade) on Sunday at my sisters birthday dinner and they are pretty much gone. And mostly by me. I am supposed to cut the sweets but these cookies are my jam. Better do hours on my Simply Fit Board tonight to make up for it (since I can't use it or workout for a couple weeks after tomorrow). Oops.