I do not know for sure.
At this rate, this is going to go on for yearssss, then she will start losing baby teeth… Remembering the days of making my a loose tooth move with my tongue, and then feeling the empty space. Fun times.
I was going to write in these hashtags about being a fan of sucking my thumb until I was probably way too old for it, but I forgot. Well, now you know – all two of you who read this.
We are not morning people B. I was reading a twitter thread the other day and someone’s advice for future parents was to meet someone who is the opposite to you – a night owl if you’re an early bird and vice versa. Tiago is better than me in the mornings, and I am more of an evening person, but we still like to sleep.
I could just lie in bed all day. Today I got up at 6.20am though, and did some cooking. Now B’s gone to bed I just want to get stuff done so I can have a little lie down, if she does not wake up before then.
I have an appointment at the dentist this week, though it’s just for a clean. My dentist said to have them cleaned and see if that helps with any pain. I’m guessing it won’t, but I’ll mention the pain to them when I’m there. It’s probably too late to get my tooth removed on my maternity exemption as that is due to expire in a month.
I think four different teeth have been playing up this week, but the back one really has been and I know that one has a really deep filling. My dentist said it is protecting the next tooth along though, so once it goes that one will be at risk and so on.
She’s my inspiration.
I feel less stuck at home when Tiago is looking after B a bit and I can do other things.
The air was fresh and the paths were pretty empty. We did see a few border collies though…
Everyone has been messaging me to say have I seen it. Now we need to try to book a trip before everyone else does.
I wonder if she will recognise them from all the video calls. I know she will be a bit weird with them at first though.
For the price of quarantining in a hotel we could just do the most epic UK trip instead. Fingers crossed that we don’t have to.
(21st June: Portugal is currently on the amber list. If it goes to red then we will cancel our trip – when I wrote this I didn’t realise how expensive hotel quarantines are.)
I didn’t look forward to the travelling pre-baby.
I’m usually the one who organises our trips and does the research and at the moment I feel like a full-time travel agent.
Great with a baby. We once ‘slept’ on the floor at Heathrow to avoid paying for a hotel when we had a 6am flight (I didn’t sleep). B would be fine in her pushchair to be fair, but it’d be a longggg day.
It’s a ridiculous amount of money to put our car in the car park (let me know if you have any hints/tips) and we will have to fly in and out of different London airports by the look of it.
(21st June: Yeah we’re flying in and out of different airports.)
We are probably just going to have to get a super early train to London, so that we are not stressed about missing our flight. That’s not too bad as we are usually up early anyways (typically that would be the day that B would sleep in).
And trying not to catch Covid in the run up to the holiday – though we’ve done well so far, but knowing our luck…
I’m sure a lot of people reading this will just be like ‘really you’re whining about all this?’ I think this is probably the opinion about most of my project though.
It’ll be nice when we’re there, but it is stress that we could do without. My tooth suddenly just started hurting again really bad, maybe it’s stress related?
Well someone that only needed one flight from Birmingham would be a lot better, but in reality I think we would just visit a lot of people in the UK instead.
Travel highchair? Travel cot? Rent a car seat? Might just have to see if we can borrow these things from someone.
It would be amazing. It will be amazing. Fingers crossed.
Lol. You can see why I am struggling with the idea of packing for a holiday.
And then felt super awkward. Classic me.
For the record Tiago and my Nan never argue. Tiago is super patient with her and I need to be more like Tiago.
We haven’t had time to ourselves since October. We will hopefully have a few days to ourselves as a family before going to stay with Tiago’s family.
It is what it is. We have to take the risk as it’s easier for us to go and see Tiago’s parents than for them to come here, and we have one of Tiago’s best friend’s wedding to go to. I hope it all works out.
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