Well, this has never happened before – I managed to not post this and not realise this for two posts. Good work!
I feel like she used to be quite ‘talkative’ when she was younger and then she went quieter. It was a bit of a shock to hear her babbling with quite clear sounds.
Pai is Dad in Portuguese.
Maybe that’s where Dad came from?
‘Dada? That can be your name for me but it sounds a bit babyish so what about Dad?’
Lol. I wonder when she will say Mama though.
She likes to babble to the stepladder in the kitchen, and last night she was talking to the bin a lot?
I wonder what her voice will sound like when she’s older, and what accent she’ll have?
It’s a weird thought, but I’m looking forward to it. It’s weird spending so much of my time with someone who doesn’t talk back to me…
It’s probably only been a month and a half? I can’t even remember now. It’s like she’s always done it.
I didn’t have time for after effects of alcohol before having a baby, and I definitely do not have time for it now.
I guess I would have just got on with it, but my body felt so heavy then and it feels heavy now.
I put it out early as I knew I had to get B ready for a nap around the time he said he’d drop by. I checked a couple of minutes later before I had even started to get B ready and it was already gone.
I was worried it had been stolen, but he never rang/texted/knocked so I’m sure it’s fine.
It’s not great when you’re balancing everything to do a job that you feel so rubbish at and anxious about.
I need to focus and get over myself as I need to find other work now. Why do I have to be so awkward?
Yesterday I just napped/rested when B did.
I just felt a bit unwell, but I think it’s just how I feel in the morning when I get up sometimes. I took the test just in case, and I soon felt better anyways.
Fun times. I think soon everyone in the UK will be able to do tests twice a week, so maybe I’ll get used to them and they won’t take so long due to all the sneezing. It’s like sticking a little duster up my nose…
I CAN NOT BELIEVE THAT IT IS NEARLY TIME TO GO.
It has been 4ish months since her last in person class.
‘Who is this strange woman in my territory?’
I was really surprised that she cried as we do see her for walks from time to time, but I guess it has been a few weeks since we last saw her.
I’m sure she won’t be the only little escape artist. It’s going to be weird, but hopefully fun. I need to pack a going out bag for B. I haven’t had to do that for a long time…
I am hoping she loves seeing lots of people her own age.
I’ve probably talked about it before; she does just stare at everyone at the playground.
Some people react well, some people are a little awkward. I don’t blame them.
‘Yes B, there are other people in the world.’ ‘Sorry, she’s not used to seeing other people.’ ‘Yeah, she’s a proper lockdown baby.’
Happy, sad, annoyed, frustrated – you name it we both went there.
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