I always look twice in my bag to make sure I’ve put my car keys there because I’m afraid that one day I might lock my keys in the car!
Archive for May, 2006
I haven’t only used our bedroom, living room and every other room in the house to store my stuff but I’ve turned my car’s trunk into a storage place.
P.s. Now I’m thinking of going large to include my office’s Filing Cabinet.
My co-worker is out on her one month vacation leave and I’m so lonely now. There’s no one to talk to but the reception guy!! I think I’m going to request my vacation leave very soon.
Yesterday morning I went to the Civil Service Commission to get some paperwork done for a co-worker of mine. I didn’t have much of a problem finding a parking space on the sand area opposite the building. I quickly parked and entered the building. I got in the first lift going up but I had to get off on the 10th floor because I took the wrong lift and got down the stairs to the 9th floor??!
I didn’t expect to see the floor I got off in such a filthy state, even the walls were very cracked and it needed repainting badly. I waited for my turn and when it was time I took her papers to one of the managers there, as soon as I introduced myself he immediately calls in someone working for him to finish what ever I needed because as it seems he knew my family very well. I was extremely lucky when I spotted a guy I knew very well in college who also insisted to help me out. I was done within 15 minutes.
After that I went to Wataniya’s main building which was directly opposite the Civil Service. I remembered I had a free line I wanted to give away to my babysitter. It took me less than 30 minutes to finish signing up the papers and I got the new express line with only 1 Kd credit on it.
My baby learned how to pass an object from his hands to mine. I had to first show him how. I handed one piece of chocolate to my babysitter and I gestured to him to do the same. I clapped when he did. It’s so much fun!
One day my husband got me worried when he pointed out that there was something wrong with my baby. I looked at our baby and he was swaying his head from side to side, it looked normal to me but I couldn’t feel at ease until I asked my dad about it. He assured me it was very normal for babies to rock themselves to sleep in this way. So I’ve been reading more about sleeping and head rocking. As it seems it’s actually quite normal for babies to rock their heads back and forth (even some bang their heads) when they’re very sleepy, it’s a soothing way to fall asleep.
I’m worried that one day I’m going to have a bald spot if my baby continues on pulling my hair before falling asleep.