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It goes without saying that when you have no other option than to stay at home with your children – whether this is due to illness or injury, or a government recommendation to stay at home (!!!) – you’re going to worry about keeping them entertained. Don’t get me wrong, there is absolutely no shame
Is it that time again? Goodness, where has the year gone? I know I say this every year, but it really has flown. The main contributing factor has definitely been T starting school in September. It absolutely consumed us as soon as the clocks struck midnight into 2019, starting with school places and then uniforms.
With T’s first term at school over and done with, it’s made me realise not only how fast each term is now going to go (where did those 6 weeks go?!) but how far T has come in the short space of time that he’s been in school. He’s doing really well mentally and academically,
Today is World Mental Health Day, a day I often like to reflect and think about how far I’ve come in regards to my own mental health. Since coming to terms with it, and understanding that just like any visible or physical injury; where you need to make adjustments due a sudden change, mental health
I can’t believe it’s been almost two weeks since T started school. I also can’t believe how many school runs we’ve already done – my calves are going to be solid by the end of term! Although he’s a confident little nugget, I thought that naturally he’d be shy and anxious, however he’s actually taken