Wednesday, April 27, 2011

It's going to be a bit of zombie day for Meg and I. Henry had one very bad night of "sleep" and it was the second such night in two days. :(

On Wednesday Henry woke up at 10PM and then at 1:30AM. At 1:30AM he was asking me to go downstairs and was shaking. It was pretty pitiful to see. It seems he had a really bad dream, but all he said about it was, "you wake me up." We let him sleep in our bed for a while and then sleep downstairs with me. I meant for him to sleep on the love seat, but he ended up sleeping on the floor next to me on the couch.

Last night started out pretty bad. Henry said he didn't want to sleep upstairs at all and when I finally convinced him to get into bed with a special blanket (a newer one with trucks) he said, "this blanket give me no dreams?" I went downstairs and soon afterward he was crying. I went up gave him a couple of special friends he hadn't slept with in long time (favorite stuffed animals of his) and he went down again. I left the door slightly open and put on his night light. He, of course, came downstairs after a bit. Meg went up with him and rocked him. He seemed to go to sleep for real then.

At about 10:30PM he started crying for us. It didn't sound good. I went in there and saw that he had thrown up all over himself and the blankets. Fortunately he missed duck. He was very upset. I cleaned him up and consoled him and Meg got new bedding and cleaned up the soiled ones. He went back to sleep. Sometime in the middle of the night it happened again. We ran in there. It wasn't as bad, but we still had to change the sheets again and clean him up. He went to sleep again and by the morning he seemed just fine. "Juice made me feel better," he told Meg.

I'm a bit scared about tonight!

19 small dollars had nothing.

1,800 quarters produced three Canadians and one US dime.

1,400 dimes yielded one Mercury (1941D) and one Canadian. The Mercury dime is probably the best one I've found in a while. I'll take a picture of it soon.

920 nickels had four Canadians (1 Ni), one US dime and one US penny.

3,350 pennies rounded up seventeen Wheats, twenty-three Canadians and seventeen US dimes.

1918S, 1929, 1936S, 1940, 1944(3), 1945, 1945S, 1946(3), 1949(2), 1951(3), 1955, 1956, 1957(2), 1957D, 1958D