My Life in Numbers

4- the number of children I have

2- the number of angels I have in Heaven

4- the number of times I went into labor.

72- the number of hours I labored with Nico before having a c-section.

16- the number of years Leo and I are married.

23- the number of years we have been together.

37- the number of days exercising every single day.

30-  the number of days watching what I eat.

1.5- number of pounds I have lost (I HATE being 40)

4-5- the number of hours of sleep I get each night.

1000- the number of questions I answer in one day.

3- the number of home cooked meals I average making a week.

0- the number of times I got to go on vacation without kids.

4- the number of basketball games I have to go to in the next week.

28- the number of times I was asked “Can you find?” or “Do you know where?” for things I haven’t touched or seen at all.

10- the number of times a day I dream of going back to school.

4- the number of books I have written.

2- the number of books I have finished.

30- the number of minutes I can write a blog post if I am not interrupted.

6- the number of hours it takes me to write a blog post because of interruptions

3000- the number of pictures I have to sort through to find pictures for two calendars I have to make.

14,400- the number of dollars it would cost us a month for the boys’ meds if we didn’t have insurance (every other month).

110- the number of times a day I say, “Go do your treatment” or “Did you take your meds?”

50- the number of hugs and kisses I give each child a day.

10- the number of times a week I say “If you are on the boat and it is sinking, you are going down with it.”

100- the amount of times I look at my family and feel blessed.

 

Linking up with Greta of g*funk*ified.

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. I haven’t been on a kid free vacation either. The time I did get away I was pregnant, so that doesn’t really count, right?
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  2. I have never EVER been on a vacation without the kids although I hear it’s a lovely activity. *sob*
    Your “30 minutes uninterrupted but 6 hours in actual time” for writing a blog post made me actually snort out loud with laughter. SO TRUE, my friend! Hahahahahaha!
    On a serious note, that med cost number (if you didn’t have insurance) made me seize up with fear. Whoa. And people wonder why I think ensuring that all people are covered by medical insurance is a moral issue. –Lisa
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  3. I’d be scared to see my life in numbers!

    That med thing – wow! Why does something that helps people have to be so expensive?? When Joey was sick, people tried to have fundraisers for us, but our insurance was so good that we felt guilty taking money from people. Now, on the other hand, when we were going through fertility treatments we drained our entire savings. It’s not as cut and dried as people assume.
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    • Ahhh…yes. I could have included the $20,000 we spent trying to build our family. This was a lot longer and then I started getting scared myself so I cut it down.

  4. Wait, only THREE meals a week?! How is that possible, and how do I sign up for that?? Can you even believe how much medicine sots without insurance? I’m so thankful we have insurance, too, although, I would LOVE to have insurance for our dogs. Their medicine is ridiculous (Nowhere NEAR $14K, though)! It’s amazing how much repeating we have to do, day in and day out, isn’t it?!?

    Thanks for joining in!
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    • It’s only possible because of our schedule. :) If I had my way, I would be cooking (or at least enjoying sitting down as a family). Loved the link. It was fun and enlightning to see my life in numbers.

  5. AWESOME NUMBERS!! Meds…I get that. Even with insurance, we are still paying off medical bills from as far back as 2006!! Blog post- oh yes…even more hours if the kids are really needy! ;)
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  6. Isn’t it funny (and amazing) that everyone in the family thinks Mom knows everything and asks a million (or a thousand in your case) questions a day?

    I don’t believe I’l get to go on a kid-fre vacation until I’m 45. Oh, ONLY 9 MORE YEARS.
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  7. Interesting stats. I usually do not sleep more than 4-5 hours a day either. Everyone says that it can be bad for my health. However, I do not care much. Otherwise, I won’t have enough time for giving my family all love and care in the world)
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  8. Amazing how much so many of us have in common. And I have neverhad a kid free vacation although the last few years I have been thinking about it more and more.

  9. If only I had a penny for every time I’m asked to find something or if I know where something is. . . then I’d surely be rich. ;)
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