Mondays Redefined By Buffy The Vampire Slayer.

Mondays are not as painful to me when I’m on maternity leave as they were when I was working full time. I wake up as early (or earlier – thank you AndyZ for the 4:45 wakeup call. It was much appreciated.) but I get more time to lounge about and get moving. So, the weekend activities don’t haunt me as much.

However…they still suck donkey balls. And I wanted to make sure that I went on record saying that. I don’t know if it was the 3+ hours sleep Friday night or what, but this weekend wore me OUT. Of course, I might should blame Joss Whedon and not the adorable boy I gave birth to six weeks ago.

As it is – I turn on the TV when it’s feeding time for AndyZ throughout the night. No biggie there. I’ve been doing that for six weeks. Unfortunately, I’m staying up much longer than the length of a typical feeding session because the TV I’m watching is SO DAMN GOOD. This is all Joss Whedon’s fault as I’m currently addicted to Buffy (I’m watching season 3 on DVD) and Angel (I’m in the middle of Season 2 that I watch on TiVo) and can’t seem to turn off an episode until it’s OVER. So, my 30-minute wake-up nursing calls in the middle of the night turn into hour-long episodes.

See? Not my fault I’m tired. It’s all Joss Whedon’s fault. And possibly YOUR fault for telling me how I should give Buffy and Angel a chance. (I’m done with Firefly by the way. AWESOME.) I’m not sure which of you said it first, so I’m going to blame ALL OF YOU. And also? What do I do when I finish Season 3? I asked for Season 4+ for my birthday which is not for two weeks. What will I do for those two weeks? I WILL GO CRAZY. That is what I will do.

Joss Whedon – making life with an infant not yet sleeping through the night much more difficult than it should be.

I’m betting that’s a review he never expected.