Well I tried my best to get a good picture of it before it disappeared…
Tiago says you can’t see s*** and that is quite accurate…
So I should have either woken her up and fed her more, or woken her up and got her ready for the day. I did neither…
I should really be napping more during the day when she naps, but that would be too smart.
To be fair most of her naps are on me, in the pushchair, in her carrier or in the bouncer whilst I am bouncing it so it’s not that easy…
(Since I wrote this she’s been taking more naps in her cot, but it’s a work in progress.)
I started to read when I only had 10 days left. I assumed I wouldn’t read it and would just return it like I do with a lot of books, but I’ve got quite into it. It’s called Diamonds at the Lost and Found by Sarah Aspinall. I love a good childhood memoir, but I was mainly drawn in by the cover on the library app. I tend not to read too much blurb as I like to be surprised.
(Well I finished it and now I’m reading Such A Fun Age by Kiley Reid.)
If you’re interested it was some olive tapenade on bread, some Sao Jorge cheese on bread and two eggs. I was worried the eggs would run over her head, so I asked him to put them on toast but the bread was small and I knew I would make a mess. Fun times.
So yeah I had to move her off me and I felt bad. I also knew she would wake up as soon as I put her down.
Please remember this bit.
A bit of a random hashtag interlude but Tiago looked so happy and it made me laugh out loud so I had to include it.
Remember the hashtags before though…
Yeah a bad picture like that, but it is more clear. The crumb does crack me up though – I probably should just have this as the final image really.
(I’ve seen taken a photo of myself where you can see a lot of crumbs on me.)
And that’s the story of how I got a photo of my chest with nothing much to see. I should probably moisturise it in the not so distant future by the zoomed in looks of it!
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