It’s 10th November and I haven’t chosen a picture from the shoot yet, but there was a lot of fast head turning…
(27th November – I chose this one as I think it really looks like I’ve been caught dancing on a dancefloor somewhere, though I’m just at home with my baby asleep in the next room.)
It’s funny how a song that you haven’t heard in ages just creeps into your head. There was a Kylie question on a quiz show the other day, but I don’t think ‘In Your Eyes’ was mentioned. My sister keeps telling me to listen to her new album, but I’ve only managed to get a couple of songs in so far.
Am I going to get sued for using their names in an image title? I don’t think so. I hope not.
I’m so cool.
I’m so sensible.
I’m so responsible.
I just felt ready to crack. Tiago stayed in bed a lot longer today. I tried to do some work and did some stretching, but got back into bed thinking B would wake up 10 minutes later. However, she did have a very long nap.
I need to start listening to podcasts and things on my daily walk again. I seem to come back from walks feeling worse, when I used to come back feeling better.
I seem to have started this since moving to Birmingham, but maybe I did do it before. Our time in Liverpool feels so long ago now, though it’s only been 2 and a half weeks? Weird.
It’s definitely a song for putting you in a good mood. (It’s a Madonna song.)
I love the choreography in this video – particularly the chorus where her knee comes up and in (yeah, that’s a bad explanation).
Well, I cringe at some of the songs that I used to sing obliviously when I was a kid.
I always think of the Kelly Osbourne version of this song too and I can see why it seemed like an obvious song choice for her.
Yeah, I’m probably the only one laughing at this.
I’m still a bit dizzy.
Babies are stressful.
Hello Doctor Search Engine.
This could be from her eyelashes or something else. Great.
It just makes me feel terrible.
Stress. It’s mainly stress. But then she smiles and I know she can’t be feeling too bad.
Me dancing and making myself feel sick, but shaking the tiredness off.
Well, all of our stuff needs organising and rearranging, but that’ll probably be an ongoing task until we move out. Whenever that is.
The writing side of this project is therapeutic, but it is a bit much sometimes.
Again, I love B, but I just wish our days were a bit different. I’ve looked at going to some baby classes, so hopefully we might be able to soon. I’m so used to her schedule now though that I’m worried about being away from home and getting out of a routine. That’s the problem with not having to deal with randomness or adjustments because we haven’t been able to do much, but we just have to roll with it as we need to get out and live life a bit.
Another positive is that I managed to wash my hair. Hurrah. Shame you can’t see my pyjama bottoms in the picture.
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