Despite a hangover, I battled on through the day and battle really was the word. Bunny had her first homework and she was not happy about having to do it. We fought all day over it, trying bribes to get it done in little bits here and there. In the end, I think she secretly enjoyed it – but I didn’t! How many years till the homework stops???
Bear had her first mini-session on her own at nursery today. Unfortunately, I had to go on a training course so didn’t get to see her in, but apparently it went well and she’s very excited to go back this week. Thankfully! Oh, and remember how last week, she banged her nose when she fell over. So she did it again – smashing her nose into the bunk bed ladder as she fell – and this time it bled – only a bit but she screamed the house down!
Another day of training and I was so tired this was the only photo I took that day! Looks fun doesn’t it?!
A busy day back at work and then a rush to get Bunny to swimming on time. After a day like that, chocolate mug cake is called for.
Another busy day at work and a late finish. Meanwhile, Bear was busy hurting her nose AGAIN!!! This time she pushed the swing and it bashed into it. Lots and lots more blood this time, but incredibly, it still seems to be intact. How many more goes is she going to have?!
My first day of running exams alone. With work being so busy since I started in the role and then two days out training, I was massively underprepared and it was a stressful, tiring and not much fun kind of day. But my little people make it bearable. A double photo tonight as they both made me smile when I was fed up. This is how Bear got dressed. And Bunny was over the moon to be able to bring Olivia the Rainbows doll home for a couple of weeks!
Wife went to London so I had the fun task of taking the girls to see the stunning full size replica frigate currently moored at Ramsgate marina. It was all a bit hairy with a jumpy dog and two small children leaning over a bar that separated them from the sheer drop into the water to get a closer look. We’ll try and go again without the dog so we can go on board and explore properly as it really was stunning and worrying about the children and dog didn’t make for the best photos!