My daily nursery runs have literally taken on a new meaning as I’m trying my best to force myself to run to nursery. It’s only Eloise who goes to nursery atm, but I now often take both the girls with me. When the time is right, I will also get Codie to run alongside me.
Often, I feel like I shouldn’t write about these things, because…first world problems. But sometimes life just catches you. This week I got tired. Mostly life is pretty non-stop and I get frustrated that I just can’t seem to find the time for myself. Not running as much for the past 3 weeks hasn’t helped.
Piper is almost one and we’ve been figuring out routines, for her, for us as a family and then also figuring out how to fit work in between. We’ve discovered she sleeps really well during the day if we get her to have a nap as close to midday as possible. Previously she was having
Each and every child is such a joy and learning experience. 5 kids in, some would think that we would be accustomed to the ins and outs of how children grow. That perhaps the little things wouldn’t spark joy. But it is far from the truth. As parents, we grow as each child grows. As
Of course, not physically flipping! But she’s changed on us literally overnight. Up until last week she was a complete night owl. Not going to sleep properly until midnight, sometimes with a bit of luck it she would be asleep by 10pm. The knock on effect is that she wouldn’t wake up until midday. Which
Piper (now 5 months) has been chilling and moving about on her back for almost 2 hours! She continues to surprise us at how chilled out she is. For me this, this feels kinda amazing. It is me slowly getting back some (partially) focused time to do stuff. This chilled behaviour and spring time weather