Como se lo pasó esta mañana mi hombrecito montado en ese coche! Estuvo 15 minutos pero se le hizo cortisimo!😱 .
El lunes empieza la guarde. Irá solo dos o tres horitas. En mayo hará 3 años y yo creo que le vendrá bien para estar con otros niños, mantener un horario, aprender otro tipo de normas aparte de las que hay en casa... pero a la vez me da una pena... tengo sentimientos encontrados 🙈. Opiniones por favor!! Hago bien??
So I'm going to talk inlaws....yesterday the children and I had a day drinking coffee and shopping with them, before they looked after the boy so I could take Emilia for a follow up hearing test after having glue ear last year...(it's all cleared and no need for grommets!!! Nasonex and nose blowing for 6 weeks worked!! I'm so happy!!!) Anyway, back to the word that instils different feelings in everyone when mentioned...the inlaws! I know people that smile from ear to ear at the mention of them, to the ones who roll their eyes or worse. I'm one of the lucky ones, don't hate me, but I adore my inlaws and vice versa. They're my rock, and my safe place when I'm feeling sad, stressed or anxious is with them. They are wonderful grandparents and it's shows in their relationship with the children. I won't lie though, it's been a rough ride at times, we've definitely had our ups and downs before getting to this more tranquil point in our lives. We've been part of each other's lives, thanks to my relationship with my husband, for almost 15 years, since I was 17 years old! It was a real eye opener when I realised that when you enter into a serious relationship it doesn't stop at that person. They come with added extras, their family, more specifically, their parents. Some try to be overly involved and some step back. Mine were the first option, and I found that difficult for a while, it took a lot of getting used to, a big part was that I needed to grow up a bit too, I was a teenager, and still a stubborn, grumpy one at times. We emigrated together and our relationship has grown and grown to one that surpasses inlaws and almost enters real parent territory. I've learned to embrace them and see them for what they are...loving parents and grandparents that just want to be a part of our lives, and I've come to realise how wonderful and special that it, instead of being an eye roller...it makes them happy, me happy and most importantly, the person in the middle is the happiest of all...my husband. Because we forget that they're the ones who suffer the most when the most important people in his life don't get along.#familylife#wifelife#lifewithhusbands inlaws #mumlife
Messiest baby. It has been the longest day! Been up since 5:30am. I am exhausted, it took me an hour and 10 minutes to get her to sleep tonight. The last week or so she just cant keep still in bed, no matter how tired she is her legs never stop moving. Trying to get her down has started really wearing me down, its so frustrating for both of us and I am just done in by the time she eventually falls asleep. I've fully closed her door (I'm convinced we disturb her tossing and turning, our walls are like paper) and I'm already panicking, I've got the monitor on but still....also, the house is roasting so I've turned the heating off but she's only got a blanket over her and the house will get cold later...bloody helllll there's too much worrying to be done when you're a mum, who's got time for sleep?!