My poor, poor brother in law (he's 15) stayed with us all last week and he's now seen a side of me that he never imagined. While he was here I was shuttling him back and forth to golf camp (from 9am - noon). Each morning I would go wake him up and the first thing he'd ask is if I'd thrown up yet. Ha! It was very sweet that he was concerned. Each night I was in bed super early (one night I fell asleep at 5:30pm!). I don't think he's ever seen me be so...boring. But he was a good sport about it and we still managed to have fun.
So that brings me to my house. Chris has attempted to clean...sometimes...but my standard of clean and his standard of clean are apparently two different things. Which brings me to today. It's a day of deep cleaning. I've got my sweatpants and my "work shirt" on (aka, my I-don't-care-if-I-get-soft-scrub-on-it shirt) and I am ready to do some serious scrubbing. I think this is the most energy I've had in....almost 6 weeks. Wow, has it been that long already?
On another note, I just spent 20 min's on the phone with my insurance company. If anyone is thinking about switching to United Healthcare - DONT. Oh, they are horrible. When we were going through IUI's (with injectables) they said everything was going to be paid - we even had it in writing, and they stuck us with the very expensive bill. All I needed to know was if the MSTS screening would be covered (it's a ultrasound test/blood test that screens for Down's and spina bifida). After talking to several people they decided that I am not a high risk so they aren't covering it. Which would be fine except they made it sound like they were just making this decision between themselves because they (once again) couldn't interpret the policy.
I may have it done anyway...I think it's about $250 and I would get another ultrasound which means more pictures (and more reasurance that everythings okay).
I still can't get my ultrasound pic to upload so I may try and take a digital picture of the actual ultrasound printout and then post that. I hope everyone's have a great Monday!