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I stepped off the elevator to see an absolutely miserable looking guy slumped on a chair.

I reluctantly approached him, “Um hey, are you ready to go? When we stepped outside, he grabbed me, and kissed me.

I am so very glad that we stuck to our principles and refused to train him.

My oldest son, Monkey, was also seemingly allergic to sleep in the first year of his life, and I am proud to say that he also was never left to cry himself to sleep, no matter how many times he awoke (it was a lot, by the way).

Well I firmly believed this for a while but now I’m gonna have to say that’s not always the case.

Through the years I, like most of you, I’m sure, have found myself in those infamous and utterly maddening situations.

I kept it cool and acted like him not calling didn’t bother me in the least.

Without prompting, he said: “I’m so sorry I didn’t call.

What’s up” “Well I was just calling to see if we were still on for tonight” “Oh, um, hmm, right, um, yeah, I forgot about that.

Our afternoon of fun turned into a night out and me, my friend, J, and his friend bar-hopped, talked, laughed, danced, and played pool until the wee hours.

Before heading home, J and I planned a date for that Thursday.

It’s just been a really crazy week, but I should have called.” I smiled, “No worries, it’s been a busy week for me too,” cool as a cucumber.

The date ended up being one of the best I’ve ever been on- we chatted non-stop, sparks were igniting, and I just felt all warm and fuzzy inside.

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