Azkadellia is doing wonderful so far. Her eyes are open, I believe her ears are too. We finally got tired of Mabel bringing her into the hallway and leaving her to cry, so we opened #2's bedroom door, and Mabel, Henry, and Azkadellia have made themselves at home on his bed. I'm concerned he may roll over and smush little Az, but so far so good (knock on wood).
The various companies came last week to mark the yard where the wires and such were buried underground, so now it's just a matter of finding a tiller and getting the garden dug up. From the 10-day forecast on the Weather Channel, last night should be the last time we dip below 40 at night, so I plan to have all of the tomatoes and peppers outside today. The cucumbers will have to keep going out and coming back in when the temperature goes below 60, but I'm hoping that's not too terribly much longer. So excited to get some stuff planted and growing!
In our adventures with cloth diapering, we found that the Baby City brand has very short front flaps, and only one row of snaps for size adjustment, which makes the front flaps slip downward through the leg holes, causing leaks. I ordered two more new diapers with a double row of snaps to replace the two tan diapers we don't much care for. They arrived this week as well and are in the diaper pile to be washed and put into circulation.
And in schooling news - we finally got the paperwork signed and notarized, so we can send all of our proofs in to get #1 and #2 officially registered with the online school!
I will try to get photos of Azkadellia and #2's aquaponic tank to add to the blog soon. If I forget, please forgive me. I'm crazy busy with this short notice garage sale!
And to anyone considering coming to the garage sale, there's going to be tons of stuff! We're selling photo frames, clothes, a couple motocross helmets (not ours), shoes, some of our pet supplies (reptile, rodent, rabbit, and fish), the basketball back board and hoop, books, old glass bottles and jars, jewelry, toys, antiques, vintage stuff, an antique hanging light, a couple old cameras, I could make the list go on and on! Hopefully I can get it all labeled with price stickers and out in the front lawn before people start showing up tomorrow!