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... a bit poorly, and as sweet as anything.
And then he clearly starts to feel a little bit better and he is a
monkey. He cannot sit still, cannot get
comfortable, just climbing on stuff (including me) and spilling stuff and
whinging and not listening to anything I say.
In the conversation in my head I know he is feeling poorly and miserable
and I am trying so hard to be patient.
He is being very high ...
Wait for it. I get up first with Woody and Noah has a lie in, of sorts. It starts well. We have brekkie, and we listen to audiobooks and I update our incoming and outgoing record keeping. Tick. That is a job off the list.
Woody is brilliant, just playing and occasional wandering off and then reappearing and disappearing again – looking busy. And then I notice he is wandering around with the camera. He wanders off again and ...
... childcare payments and arranging more school visits. I struggle to really get into anything so I just keep going.
Next I trap some of Woody’s animals in a net I have fashioned and go and collect Woody from school. He loves it when we trap his lion toy and he has to find it and rescue it. Sometimes they end up in makeshift hospital and Woody nurses them back to health.
And that is Wednesday .
Sleep well. ...
... some books. He relaxes quite a lot. When he wants to watch TV and I make him learn how to write the word 'television' before he can watch it. He thinks this is fair and gets on with practicing his writing. Loving my work...
I get the blog up to date and Noah works. We chat about Noah’s upcoming work. We skip dinner in favour of our body weight in snacks.
That’s it for us tonight. Big day tomorrow. Good night ...
... more stuff and to take the rest away. They laugh like this is a joke, it is not. I unpack the kitchen and this is achievable and feels good. Outside of the kitchen, it is a world of pain. There is stuff everywhere and we keep losing Elwood amidst the boxes. He, of course, loves this. We, of course, find this quite a terrifying game. Particularly after on one occasion he disappeared in a pile of boxes in the lounge and re- emerged on ...