I have did 3 hours at work last week for KIT and have another 3 hours this week - my boss (who can be a little difficult to say the least) fired my mat cover and so I have to help train another one up - luckily I predicted there could be trouble and so provided a comprehensive cover document so she's managed to go through that and there are only a few bits that stumped her.
JT sorry to hear about the in-laws - I am very lucky with mine - I have 4 SIL's and the MIL within 10 minutes drive and they are very helpful and great support. Love the Tickly clock - think I prefer it that way!
Got some more Christmas presents sorted today so am feeling a little smug!
congratulations PP - Mr SS said the other day that he was said there would be no baby next Christmas and perhaps we should try for number 2 in Jan! I am glad that he is enjoying being a Daddy but think a 12 month gap might kill me as much as I love the little man! I think 18 months feels more workable..
Chynah - it's funny how they do things as different rates - Noahs teeth can be seen and felt in his bottom jaw I am hoping they'll stay there for a bit as I don't fancy trying to brush them (or feed with sharp teeth in place).
Camlo - treadmill would be great if we had the space - I might have to see if my sister in law can help occasionally- although she is my childcare when I go back to work so need to tread carefully - I don't want to ask too much.
Good luck for the running tomorrow. My OH is on an early shift and I am supposed to be going to my in laws for lunch. The bad news is I have to drive Mr SS halfway to work as the trains don't start early enough to get him in on time. Leaving at 5.30 tomorrow will be grim.
I think I fell into a bit of a black hole - it's been a while since I posted and I have just had a long read to try and catch up.
I hope all those who have been sick are well again and I'll add to those with a slow cooker - it is amazing but deadly during the day - makes me feel hungry!
My little one is 9 1/2 weeks now and those teeth are yet to break through - he is doing more fist chewing so we'll see - HV said he might just get them early.
I am not running as much as I'd like to. My OH works shifts in A&E and his shifts don't seem to work well with letting me out to run. If is is on early shifts he is gone before 6am and when he gets home it is probably my only chance to get out, otherwise for the late shifts he doesn't seem to get up and function well enough to want to be Daddy and let me out and I hardly see him if he is on nights. Does anyone else have any experience? I am missing out and as I am due to run the marathon next year I need to get this sorted.
Wonder if I can join in? I had my little boy nearly 7 weeks ago and got my first run in today (I've been ready for a week or 2 but needed OH around to hold the fort).
I also need some advice - seems the little on has started teething - teeth not through but can see and feel them through the gums at the bottom. Is there anything we can use to help him? I'm not sure about Calpol etc because of his age...