Well my plans for the kids first day back at school went a bit sideways with Mr4 getting sent home from kindy with asthma. I probably should have known as he was up about 6-7 times last night, terrible mummy!
BigMiss had a Whakatau at her new school which was all warm and fuzzy (for our non kiwi friends a Mihi whakatau is a formal Maori welcome) so at least I got to that before “the call” from kindergarten. He’s ok (almost, sort of not really) on his inhalers but after our last total disaster week in hospital I am a bit nervous.
As for drinky mummy she’s a long long way away today. Why? Probably I have been outdoors, I went to the gym, no coffee, and my catch up with LS peeps yesterday. What do i need to watch? There’s a good chance that I will have broken sleep again tonight so an early night on the cards.
So grateful for this place where kindness and honesty rule x x
Ha, @mrs-d most parents were struggling to contain their excitement at drop off this morning!! I felt a bit melancholy about such a fantastic holiday having come to an end. I know it’s a summer they will never forget
Sober @mtedenmummy is definetly not a terrible mummy. Asthma sucks and I too have sent my young man off with quite a wheeze hoping it would improve only to get a call a bit later on for pick up. Hope Mr4 sleeps better tonight.
Thanks everyone 🙂 @rise2015@agirl@morgan@enzedgirl
Just a good old fashioned school holiday. Lots of camping, cheerful quirky little beaches, surf, sun, sand, walks, board games, cards, good food etc etc. I managed to not work for most of it and I really worked hard on getting in there with the kids. It just was magical.
I am sitting up at Starship with Mr4 on nebuliser. Thankfully nowhere near as bad as our last stay here and I am SOBER here with him so two things to be grateful for 🙂
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