Perhaps it is the weather, the mornings are not so bad! I'm all bloated too so it must be hormones but its not the same every month so when I have a bad month its worse. Come September and B being at play school I will be able to get out running more which I am sure will help a lot.
Must track down Joh on fb and ask her about the half marathon in the Forest of Dean, its in September though so that might be a bit soon for me but I'm pretty sure she has done it.
My hubby likes to have the same conversation over again, he has reminded me about the garden umbrella thing about 5 times this week which makes me even crosser!
Lucky you CC (having a day to yourself!) hope you enjoy it! Hope your hubby can put your time together to good use too!
I think I need a day off, the kids are driving me around the twist! Everything is a pain in the arse at the moment too, my curtains are a saga, the table I ordered had to be replaced, i need to ring up about the parasol that goes with our garden furniture as its not right either, for some reason it all added up to me feeling awful today but I think I'm also mid month as I'm having a breakout and my hormones are all over the shop probably. Crap. We are also debating getting the roof done which is expensive, the bastard rotten window frames need sorting etc etc
Which castle Caro? Was going to ask the welsh contingent about Ogmore, my aunt said the beach is lovely but she hadn't been for years!
We are in Ross so Brecon is quite a trek however we are on the A40 so Newport and Cardiff are less than an hour away. Good luck for Chemo in case I forget next week, hope it is bearable xxx
JT hope you can sort out work, what a nightmare, especially getting the news and the person then going off on hols. Totally shit.
Martha had a fab swimming session today, so exciting seeing her development. Aidan is still learning and is struggling with coordination however I think the class is too big for him. Need to find him a smaller group or a couple of one to one lessons to get him going as the current situation is a bit of a waste although at least he is confident in the water despite failing to move through it!
Hi TTid, we also don't get much parental help (despite having moved a lot closer to them all too!). Alan's parents would help more but they are in Dublin so we are in a similar situation but I'm sure you will be fine. The worst bit is waiting for number 3 to arrive but once that bit is over you will just be busy and as Caro said once Max is in school that will make a difference. Come September Benedict will do 3 mornings at play school, and Aidan and Martha will be in full time education, i think the last year has been tougher with a very active toddler and moving house but it still hasn't been that bad. Would definitely help if he slept through!!!
I think the head is probably to blame Camlo - hope you are feeling better now!