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Our Thursday Photo #31

Well what do you know. Hubby thinks that my last post wasn’t entirely factual (it was). He seems to take offence at me producing something mildly amusing at the expense of cold hard facts (knob). So to satisfy hubby, here is an accurate account of our week since my last Thursday Photo post. 

Friday: Nursery, eat, sleep, eat, sleep. 

Saturday: Soft play, eat, sleep, eat, sleep.

Sunday: Swimming (just me), swimming (everyone), eat, sleep eat, sleep. 

Monday: Singing group, eat, sleep. Drama group, eat, sleep. Run (just me). 

Tuesday: Drop Libby at her nan’s. Eat, sleep, eat, sleep. 

Wednesday: Ballet, eat, sleep, eat, sleep.

Thursday: Playgroup, eat, sleep, blog. 

In the interests of factual accuracy (and we all know how important that is) I don’t actually sleep myself on all of the above listed occasions, I am usually working for some if not all allocated sleeping times. It is also worthy of note that the dog gets walked every day and that at some point during the week, the cat chased a helium balloon with hilarious consequences that could have ended in disaster. Other than that though, this week has been the same as any other and here is our Thursday Photo #31, a snap of the girls growing up in our mundane little existence in our mundane little world, entirely devoid of humour. Up yours husband. 

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  1. December 12, 2014 / 9:07 am

    All of the above, plus add in home ed to that, so when OH comes home and asks the kids ‘what have you done today?’ and they say ‘nothing’ you get to trot out the list of what we actually did before you get the steely silence which means ‘I’m really cross and worried because the boy should be in school’. Well done getting the solo swim and run in though, what a sanity saver! I find my volunteer friends a sanity saver – if I don’t get to spend time with other adults at least once a week I start to fray at the edges, although attempting a conversation with smalls around can be hit and miss.

    • December 12, 2014 / 9:58 am

      Ah he knows both of your boys are much better off with you than in school and how can you argue with Ollie being such a high achiever under your care Maz? Yeah I know what you mean about the adult company too 😉

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