The baby slept a lot today because of his circumcision yesterday, which is wonderful because I got to sleep right along with him... and it was very much needed. He's doing ok. Is experiencing some pain but we got over the counter meds for that and it helps a lot. He did just fine w/ the surgery, and when he came out, he looked happy and was content so that made me feel really good. The dr. gave him a local, so he didn't feel anything. :) I'm so relieved about that and glad it's over.
Today while I slept, I had the strangest of dreams, so I thought I'd blog about the main issue which is fire. I dreamt that I was at this person's house. I didn't know him and his family and not sure how I got there, but he didn't know I was there, but his children knew. He was a mean man who controlled his family and everyone was afraid of him. During the dream, I had tons of laundry to do (which is no different than my real life situation!), but the only thing was, if I did the laundry then he'd know I was there because the water backed up into this huge bathtub in the house and couldn't be drained w/out him knowing, and since I didn't want him to know I was there, we were doing everything to get that water to drain.... during which time, I fire breaks out in the house.
I've never had to experience a fire at home or anywhere for that matter... but an aunt did. Matter of fact, her son started a fire in the house a long time ago when he was a child. They lost most everything. So I've seen the devastation that it causes.
Which brings me to my question of the day.
If a fire broke out in your house and you only had 10 mins to collect everything you possibly could and leave w/ it, what would you take? Not including family or animals. They are safe and you don't have to worry about them.
Me... well, I'd get clothes and definitely family photos and pictures. Many that I have can't be replaced and there's no way I'd want to lose those things. How about you?
A month or so ago there were huge fires in Malibu, California. One of the main things that ppl mourned were family photos and heirlooms.... things you can't replace.