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On Teething and Crawling…

The Munchkin officially has his 2 bottom teeth! I was waiting for the fevers and diarrhoea to hit. I kept telling The Husband to keep an eye out for it during the day and where the Panado and Teejel was. I kept asking if he had any symptoms while I was at work. But they did not come {TOUCH WOOD!!}. Aside from some grumpiness, restless nights and some pain, they are here. My baby has teeth! It’s hard to get a picture of them because he keeps trying to eat my phone whenever I try so you  ...

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Kid Logic

One of favourite things is to listen to children having conversations with each other. You hear the strangest, funniest things while they’re playing. Kid logic is the best kind of logic. I came across a YouTube channel called BoredShorts TV where they gives kids a scenario and basically let them run with it. Then they re-enact the conversations. It’s hilarious hearing these tiny voices coming out of grown men’s bodies. Also, just the insane logic they use, I love it. Here  ...

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Wibbly Wobbly, Timey Wimey… Stuff

I wish there was a way to magic more hours into the week. Anyone have a spare TARDIS for me? Life with The Munchkin is quite busy. I’m away from 7am to 5pm in the week and I get to spend a few hours with him in the evening and then he’s down to sleep by 8pm for the latest. So essentially I get to spend about 5 hours with a him a day 🙁 Then the weekend is only 2 days long [Why can’t it be longer?! We demand more weekend!!]. I don’t get to exercise much in the week  ...

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6 months old!

Last week Tuesday, The Munchkin turned 6 months old. It’s hard to believe that it’s gone so quickly. Our lives were very different 6 months ago: I could sleep in, I could lay in bed and watch series all weekend or read books for hours. Now… not so much. Sleeping in means 7:30am. I still watch my series but I’ve cut out a lot of them and watch mostly while he’s sleeping. The same goes for reading and I cherish my 30 minute train ride to work now. But it’s  ...

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