She returns


Here I am, after what has been a mammoth quiet period.  Where have I been, I hear you ask?

Easy answer is no where exciting.  Just the usual drudgery of working, eating, sleeping, looking after the family and then trying to reassess my life.  Work is the major bug bear, as it is for most people, but I have decided that enough is enough and I have to make a change.  I will write about this in a separate post because there is just too much to talk about right now.

The Little Lady is now 2yrs 10 months! She is such an awesome little human being, if I do say so myself.  She is chatting so much and is rapidly heading towards being a threenager.  Some of the things that she says to us are incredibly cheeky but make you chuckle whilst you are trying to not let her see, for instance, we have been teaching her that it is rude to talk with your mouth full.  She is getting the hang of it but if you should be eating in her presence and happen to even utter any words with food in your mouth she will pull you up on it! I also went through a period of asking her if she was actually listening to me, because for most of time it would appear that she had gone deaf to my voice.  Then a couple of days after I had decided that asking her was just wasting my time I hear “Mummy! Mummy! are you listening too me? hoo hoo!”  I’m not sure who in our house says you hoo, but it is something that she has picked up on and likes to use occasionally along with a few other things that she has heard us say.  We definitely have to watch what we are saying around her because she is listening to everything and storing it for that moment when it’s really embarrassing for us for her to whip out the one liner.  I am sure that she knows exactly what she’s doing.

One of the main things that has occurred recently is that we have had another baby! I know, this is a pretty major change to our lives and oh my what a change she has brought.  Micro Lady is now 3 months old and I feel like I am slowly starting to get myself into some sort of organised/chaotic routine.  I remember thinking with the Little Lady that going out or trying to get anything done around the house was almost impossible.  Now, if you leave me with just one of them I am like “this is an absolute breeze! Where are we going, what are we going to do?”  Maybe two would seem a breeze if we introduced another one …… but that is definitely not something to be thinking about now.


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