Last night was a long night. Started off watching Bubba Ho-Tep with Bruce Campbell. I had heard/read that it was good, and it has Bruce – how could it be It was horrible. Then the head cold that just won’t go away, that I’ve had since Sunday, doesn’t seem to respond to Benedryl any more. (Yes, I had to take something, anything, it was so bad). Eventually, the Benedryl finally knocked me out. Knocked me out so much I didn’t hear Teagan wake to a night terror or something. Stu said she was sobbing horribly. I didn’t hear her. I may have noticed (a little) when he came to bed.
Around 1:45 I did wake up, in pain. My back was throbbing. First thought I had was that it was contractions. I’ve been having Braxton Hicks and random contractions for three weeks or so already *. It wasn’t that though, thankfully. Unfortunately, I couldn’t get back to sleep, I couldn’t find a position in bed that would make it go away. Down to the sofa, where I sat up for a while, as even reclining hurt.
As as aside, I’m pissed at Dish TV right now. They’ve stopped carrying WTNH, which was the only station that had any sort of news at 3am. Other than the cable news stations, of course. So, there’s nothing to watch at 2:30, other than The Daily Show and The Colbert Report and then 1000 Ways to Die.
Sometime around 4am I finally fall asleep again. The alarm went off way too early today.
I had another Chiropractor appointment this morning. I told him about the pain. He gave me some exercises to do that may help – one to stretch my lower back, one for my legs and one for the SPD.
So, again, left hip joint whatever doesn’t crack, but almost! There was movement today, right one does. Mid-back cracked, and that felt good. Neck was uncomfortable, but feels better now. My lower back is still bothering me, I’ve been sitting up most of the day, doing some cat/cow stretches as well, they just feel so good.
I have another appointment for Saturday morning. Fingers crossed that my back is ok until then.
* The Braxton Hicks are getting more and more painful. I can’t walk fast or I’ll contract. Sometimes just bending over will start one up. Sometimes they’re 4 minutes apart, sometimes as much as 30 minutes. They’re not real contractions that the midwives are worried about. I haven’t needed to breathe through them, so, it’s just practice. I’m tired of practice.