How do you get going again after pregnancy?
cm you'd better get her an appt at the shrink . clearly not normal
whoops Camlo - see you posted the recipe.
CM - ha ha to E and the choc but to the supermarket experience. Have never done a boot camp but used to do a fairly extreme circuits class for years that I LOVED.
EF - that's grim travel/work and to the 4 x vomiting too. Roll on Weds for sure. Hope you are taking it easy this weekend then ... Ipswich is a bu**er to get to from ANYWHERE.
We definitely don't qualify for the CB any more. Has never been saved, goes into the general pot of living - mainly spent on activities the kids do and is swallowed up very easily. I think for me, yes we will miss it but it's just the whole principle of how they've gone about it - makes me furious that my friend down South and her husband both work and are just below the threshold and so still get it, but we don't because I stayed at home and my hubby is above the threshold. That's what bugs me!! So we are penalised because I chose to stay at home and look after my children. Ho hum. Has been done to death.
Actually, as hubby pointed out, the tories have stitched themselves up a bit, everyone will be filling out their tax returns relating to this debacle, just before the next general election and will be getting nasty tax bills - hmmm, that'll really help their popularity!!
Glorious but freezing day here today. Think it may just about reach 3 degrees. Off out for walk with kids, J still not great but fresh air will do some good I think.
I haven't cancelled it yet ...
Gorgeous walk, freezing but just stunning. Out for 2.5 hours with the kids feeding ducks, making dens and trying to poke eyes out with ever increasing sizes of sticks!!
lol at the sticks CC
if it got the cardiff uni job, i would be between the two thresholds, unless they paid me top whack for the job, which i can't imagine they would... it doesn't make much difference to me on a day to day basis as i have to save the money anyway
breaking news - i have been for a run. there was some walking involved but only because i was worried about my lungs. there was plenty of wheezing, not too much coughing, but i did manage a fair bit of running and i haven't been coughing and wheezing too much since i got back. so i am taking that as a positive sign!
EF- boo to all the travel, and fingers very tightly crossed for weds. i have had to go to ipswich a few times with work. hell of a place to get to from anywhere!
J tried out rugby this morning so i am looking forward to finding out how it went when i call the kids later. i can't imagine it was very successful. he struggles with team games - gets distracted by the instructions, other kids, colour of the sky etc. they coach (who is the dad of one of J's classmates) was very excited about him starting because J is such a huge boy and he looks like he will make a top player. however, i fear that may not be the case...as long as he enjoys it, i really couldn't care less. he has to go almost straight from rugby to art class, which is his real passion. he lives for his art class - bless him.
Oh TT, fingers and toes crossed for you for all of the above. Would be fab if even half of that little lot came off!
CM - my J sounds so like yours! He loves his Rugby, when he first started he spent a lot of time admiring the sky and generally skipping - yes, skipping around. Now he's moved from tag rugby up to the P4-5s (8+ year olds) he is doing sooooo much better, can catch and throw the ball correctly, probably has way too much enthusiasm for the tackling and still has a way to go to grasp the concept of teamwork but it's paying off.
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