It probably has felt like a lot more than 11 months at times. It’s weird thinking back to how different she was 11 months ago…
I know I say it a lot, but I do wonder how things would be now if there hadn’t been a pandemic but there is no point thinking about it too much. It’s just been a very odd year.
I was going for a ‘I’m very tired’ vibe.
There was a lot of us looking at the clock then putting our heads back down.
He usually gets her up and I was going to offer, but I wanted to do this shoot and I had got in into my head that I was going to do it today – so I did not want to wait for tomorrow.
This would have made sense, but it’s 7:45am and I’ve done my hashtags and I’m doing this blog. I want to get it done so I can tackle the rest of my to do list. I seem to work best in the morning as I know Tiago will not want to do work now, and I keep working until I start to faff.
It doesn’t sound like a big deal, but it seemed like it (for me anyways).
I think supermarkets still don’t like more people going than necessary, and it made it different for Tiago.
I felt bad not being there to amuse B – we need to get one of those mirrors so B and T can see each other easily. I was more worried that she would fall asleep on the way home and then not go to bed easily. She keeps waking up half an hour after she’s gone to bed. Not sure what that is about.
I think the supermarket is good stimulation for B too with all the things to look at.
I think she is used to looking out when I push her around but it is hard to talk to her like that. That’s what you get for not being able to try out pushchairs during a pandemic…
I can’t help but mess with the gap a lot. It feels massive.
It is probably from a combination of many things – mothering Monday to Friday, trying to get lots of other stuff done when I can, recovering from having a tooth out and not exercising enough.
My enthusiasm for the class is gone, so I don’t think I’ll be going back. I will stretch after I finish this post though – I can feel my back starting to ache.
I think from Monday the doors will be open to Brits, but it can change and change again a million times before we go.
Tiago says there is no point stressing about it. We’ll just have to prepare as best as we can and see what happens.
It’s getting less weird, but it is bizarre.
Great. I haven’t been on Reddit in ages, and I won’t be going there again as I should have napped but instead I got sucked in to that thread and one about ruined weddings, and people who quit their jobs on the first day. Super productive stuff I know.
It is weird thinking of life before her.
(5th July 2021: I said the same thing to Tiago yesterday.)
It is tiring, but it is rewarding. I don’t want to wish time away, but I am looking forward to her being older too.
I think I’d just have to accept that I may not be able to do as much for a couple of years or so. I’m sure I’d find a way to do something though.
There was a 3 week old baby at B’s class the other day and it was weird thinking that B used to be that size. It’s amazing how much they change in a year. The early early days where they sleep 5 times a day isn’t so bad, and I hope that breastfeeding would be easier but looking after two kids must be a lot more tiring.
I need to look at more meals where she can feed herself, but we have a lot of frozen meals where you need a spoon really and B isn’t getting the hang of that yet.
She is obsessed with balloons at the moment. I am reading to her more which is nice.
Once or twice a week I make muffins and I usually do them in the morning when I am tired. We are all fans of those muffins – I usually put 3 blueberries on top though.
I am just doing my best and I guess that is all I can do.
Indoor play places! It will be good for B, and good for me. I hope that we’ll meet some more people too.
The TV is on way too much for my liking, but I do like Bluey a lot. With better weather and more things reopening we can get out more which will make me feel better and B will probably enjoy it too so let’s see.
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