huge bummer on teh anxiety attacks. maybe you should go see your Dr. that is NO FUN! have you figured out what is triggering it?
Holy smokes! I have never seen so many pieces of flesh slicing plastic in one place before. I would fear walking barefoot through your house, just in case one of the pieces tried to attack me!Bummer on the anxiety attack. That's no fun at all.
Panic attack? I hope your ok today. That is a lot of legos.
go to the dr. i mean it. this is your sister talking!!or call me. i give pretty good advice too :)
I love legos. I feel like you can never have too many legos and by the looks of it, you could use another 1,000. I'll add to it on Mikey's birthday!!!
Lego days are the best days. :) They're great to keep near the table for long, meaningful conversations, too. Keeps the hands busy so you can focus on talking about what bothers you.They're all serious when they say get to a doctor. Or a good therapist. Or both. Sanity checks with small children are necessary.
Listen to your sister. She loves you.
you're sister is one smart cookie--so is crazymamaof6~I agree Dr.s all around for this stuff. I too had a rough day yesterday, but nothing compared to a panic attack--I am so sorry you are going through that. Hang in there--you have TONS of people on your side ready to drop and run to help. the legos will help keep things in perspective.....don't forget when your little guys are all grown up--you will never say "I wish I spent more time cleaning up and less time with them"--you know?
Holy legos batman! They could build their own house with that.
Hey Kay! I've missed you too. I'm still thinking about my blogfriends, even when I'm not online. My boys love their legos. When the big boys outgrew their toys, I tossed everything but the legos. I should have done it wayyyy before I finally got around to it.Yeah, I agree - See the Dr., meds are heaven sent sometimes. No need to stress when you can medicate!
OMG, I hope for your sake that you don't have to clean that up, lol.
HOLY CRUD woman! That is like little boy heaven!I'm sorry to hear about your anxiety attack. I hope you figure out the trigger soon.
You mean that mountain of legos all over the floor didn't trigger another panic attack? I'm so relieved to see that someone's house--besides mine--is a lego shrine. Hope you're doing better :)
Whoa! That is a SERIOUS pile of legos! I wanna play!
Okay Girl,I know you and I know how completely normal you are. The fact that *you* are having panic attacks gives me great cause for concern; it's just not your style. That being said, I'm with your sis--please look into this. The Mayo Clinic has some helpful info here: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/panic-attacks/DS00338Please keep us updated on this--I worry about you!
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