Awake and cuddling bag-of-cats baby at 1 am. She’d been awake since 10.30 with a cold that came from nowhere and blocked up her poor little nose.
Baby, who until recently has only kissed inanimate objects for the most part, wanted to kiss me a lot today, with all the attendant goo that a baby with a runny nose sheds and shares.
Didn’t get dressed or washed today. Still in last night’s pyjamas now. Baby’s best outfit was a vest and wellies. I envy the ability that all 3 of my daughter’s have to look good no matter what they wear. I vow to do better with fitting into all of my nice clothes again.
Without leaving the house, I managed to spend £130 today. This was on YG theatre tickets which was worth the spend, a new album bought after hearing one song by Frank Turner on Reading coverage, also worth the spend, and a large sum on spray and medicine to rid my house and mangy cat of fleas. I am not an animal lover, and owning one is not altering this fact.
Much of day tidying, decluttering and de-flea-ing the big girls’ room. I am definitely keeping the girls but the cat’s residency is looking dodgy.
I am so grateful to my mum and husband for their help with this today.
Big girls had lots of fun spending an unbelievably long time using cookie cutters to make biscuits and decorate them.
Time spent worrying about whether I’m supposed to go to work on
Always cute x
Tuesday for the Inset day or not. I did phone to ask but the answerphone sounded unfriendly to my anxious ears and when nobody picked up after 5 rings so I took it as a sign and put the phone down. So the question remains. D’oh.
In desperation for a sweet snack when I finally sat down this evening at 10.45pm, I ate a mint flavoured Mini Roll. They’ve been in cupboard for months and now I know why. Mint Mini Rolls are wrong; don’t eat them. They are not as bad as BBQ Pringles or strawberry Jaffa Cakes, but they cause the same sort of confusion in my brain.
I spent an hour of this evening looking for a duvet. I somehow managed to mislay this large, voluminous, bright white quilt in my 3 bedroom house. I was so busy being surprised that it was even possible to lose a duvet, that I could hardly look for it. When it was found, we all swore that we hadn’t put it in the place that we found it.
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