It was struggling to charge, so I got a new charger and then that confirmed that it was my laptop that had the problem… A replacement will hopefully arrive in the next few days.
It makes for slow and frustrating work. Maybe it will be a shorter entry than normal.
I have my 20 week scan coming up. I am excited but nervous.
I did feel really thirsty. It is so painful.
I think my alarm had gone off but I was so disorientated that I went back to sleep and then woke up 40 minutes later and went ‘whoops’. The alarm clock in our room has weirdly disappeared while we were on holiday, but every one says they have not touched it. Weird.
Phew. I did not want to put her to bed much later, and I was worried that she would wake up at 6 or something.
She has been making noises at 5 or 6 some days but she tends to go back to sleep until 6:45 or 7. Phew.
I do not want to have to lift her up more times than necessary.
She seems more grown up or acts older at times.
A bit of a tantrum. This seems to be the easiest way to deal with it, where we both do not get too stressed or annoyed.
I think kids get distracted quite quickly.
Considering she had not worn shoes for three or more weeks she walk really well in them. she likes to play with the velcro too…
She likes to rattle the chain as it makes a loud noise. it is fine as long as long as no older kids are waiting to climb.
The way her lip curls (I think that’s the right term?) and she looks at me. I only say no if she is doing something dangerous, so I do not feel too bad about it. She does not give T the same look though…
There is always something else for her to be meddling with…
Which likely explains it, so I have been putting cream on it whenever I remember.
We can not seem to stop her doing it.
I am worried that she might suffocate herself. I can see how it is easily done…
She took a bit out of it though and then was keen to bite all the other ones.
I was impressed but also worried that she was going to break all her teeth.
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I am going to have to make all the capital s’ bigger when I post this. It is too much effort. (Going through this in mid-October I have had to capitalise so many s’.)
We listen to a good mix of classic, and then Vicky Arlidge – her favourite nursery rhyme singer.
Oh, the C word appears again.
It does seem unfair to be getting them already, but people like my Nan are starting to get more vulnerable again.
I decided to not wear one when I saw no one else was, but then I spent the whole class feeling uncomfortable. With this one, someone else walked in wearing one, but then took it off. I felt awkard being the only person wearing one – in case people thought I was ill or something. Oh well.
I am basically protecting everyone from me, but I’m not that protected from them. Fun time.
It is what it is, and we will just have to deal with it. I am not looking forward to the winter.
The other kids are mostly older and have lots of energy and can talk, and respond more.
It is her class, so she can do what she wants. she is not hurting anyone, so it is fine.
She is just doing a lot of observing, so one day she might just start to do more things, and get more involved. We just need to wait and see.
20 weeks pregnant with B comparison:
It seemed quite pushed out from an early stage this time, but I didn’t document it as it was not so interesting to me this time.
My next post will talk about my 20 week scan for baby X. It was definitely a lot easier this time round, though I was sent out to go to the toilet (weirdly I wrote holiday) to see if it would help do the last few checks.
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