Oh and JT, Eric and Matilda has a heated argument in the back of the car in the Spytty Supermarket......Eric insisting we were in Tesco and Matilda insisting we were in Wales.......well no one was going to win that one! Ted and Archie are so quiet! I bet you don't think that gorgeous boys you have.
and Eric went to bed without getting up once! Your 3 must have worn him out-phew!
When asked what his favourite thing in Wales was he said the lions........go figure. Now I need to tidy CMs house before we leave in the morning......
its been really nice to get away. Have depend quite a lot of time on the phone trying to work out logistics for next wk. Eric is easy, he just goes to nursery, but Matilda needs play dates to keep her occupied whilst I am potentially not feeling great. So typical this is all going on during the holidays. I will have 2 lots of chemo this holidays and one during oct half term if it sticks to the schedule, so thats half of them out of school time. Well maybe I won't feel that bad........
have nice holidays everyone that's going away-anyone going anywhere other than France? And good luck having babies! I wait with bated breath . A friend here is due no 3 mid month too, and she already has 2 boys, hopefully one of you will buck the trend!
Seems to be a time for husbands and wives sniping at each other- we have been doing it all day! We promise to be nice tomorrow JT we have agreed to both get up on the right side or the bed in the morning.
We went to cyfathfa castle today Kinsey, in Merthyr. CM recommends ogmore and so far her recommendations have been spot on.
yes it's called a cold cap.......but the consultant said its more like a helmet than a cap. Frankly I cannot imagine sitting under an ice helmet for several hrs for something that only has a 50% chance of working. I didn't know about having to wear it either side of chemo either, another good reason to say no! I am fed up of hospitals.......although apparently the chemo ward in Barts has a wonderful view of st Paul's.......lucky me.
Oh yes and make my hair fall out! They did talk to me about a wig and I said no immediately-i think i'd be even more self conscious with a wig than a hat/scarf, plus I don't think they're free on the NHS, so i'd have to spend loads of money on something I don't think i'd want to wear. Matilda spent some of her b day money on a hello kitty buff yesterday from an outdoor shop, so she can wear it in solidarity with mummy. I asked her if she'd shave her head too but she wasn't keen....
Had another nice day at a castle today, with play arean splash bit, train ride etc. Tomorrow back to the beach. CM has mentioned somewhere with large sand dunes that we can sledge down