Dude...I don't know about this Trazodone. The past week I have been miraculously going to bed early. I think it's because I was pretty much forced to for a few days on that trip so my body got used to it. I'm sure I fucked it up today though. I took Trazodone last night and fell asleep a little before 11:30. I briefly woke up to get Evan ready for school while Jenny fed Ella. I was still tired and groggy so I told Jenny I was going to go to work late. She let me go back to sleep and took Evan to school. I usually take him on my way to work. Well...I slept through work. I didn't wake up until 3:30! Jenny told me she tried to wake me up at about 11:00 to go to work. I have no recollection of that whatsoever. That shit knocked me the fuck out. Now I remember why I quit taking it shortly after it was prescribed years ago. Yeah, it keeps me asleep, but it keeps me asleep all day. I'm going to keep taking it for a few days to see if that effect wears off. If it doesn't I'm going to have to stop taking it. I don't have the luxury of sleeping for half a day everyday. Even if I did, that wouldn't be good for me. Maybe I can just reset my sleep schedule and then quit taking it. I don't know. We'll see.
I'm still not used to this phone. I can't decide how I feel about it. It's really nice, but I'm just so used to the iPhone. It's going to take a while to get used to it. Evan told me he likes my iPhone better haha. That's just because he knows how to use it. And he's mad about losing progress on his games and having to start over.
Oh, some Evan news that he's super excited about. He's in the advanced reading group in his class. It's just him and three other kids in that group. They have these little sets of books, and he came home SO excited because his group gets to skip ahead a whole set, which is eight books. So his group is a full level ahead of the rest of the class. He's funny. He came home really excited and bragged about it. We let him have his bragging moment and told him we were proud of him, but then told him he can't brag to the other kids about it, because bragging might make them feel bad. He seemed to understand that and said he wouldn't, so I hope he won't. I don't think he will though...he's really considerate of other people's feelings. So I don't think he'll brag since we told him that bragging could hurt people's feelings. He's a really sweet kid. I'm really proud of him. I think reading to your kids starting when they're babies is REALLY important. It helps their vocabulary develop. Evan has had an advanced vocabulary basically since he started talking. He said his first word ("Dada" :) ) at six months, and was speaking full sentences before he was a year and a half old. Regularly. And I taught him how to read when he was three. He has always been a fast learner. Now I'm the one bragging but it's my right as a parent haha.
Man, I have to say, I like the auto correct on my iPhone way more. This one is like...all predictive text auto correct and I have always hated predictive text. So this is going to take some getting used to. I never used to use my phone to update, but I've been using it a lot lately. I don't know why. It's much faster and easier to just use the computer. I guess it will help me get used to typing on this phone though. It's weird how even typing is different on a different phone.
I know I keep saying I'll catch up with you guys, but I haven't yet. Sorry, I've been kind of a shitty LJ friend the past week. I'll change that this weekend. For real this time haha. Ella is finally starting to feel a bit better, so I'll have more time and energy.