Friday, 12 March 2010

First ‘mummy’

Did I mention here that Erbie said ‘Mummy’ for the first time recently. I acted nonchalant but my heart secretly soared. Now he says ‘Mummy & Daddy’ together just like that, in a very sweet fashion. When he goes to bed at night he says ‘bye bye’ to his bus and cars and book-oos. Gotta love him.

I have finished my marathon 3 jobs and taken on a new one, which is in a program I hardly know - madness. Still it keeps those leetle grey cells ticking over. I’m trying to keep being a ‘mummy’ separate, so days are for Erbie and I and evenings for work. I meant to do 3 hours last night but passed out putting Erbie to bed and only woke up at 10.30pm, in time to actually go to bed - oh dear.


Metropolitan Mum said...

I took on a teeny tiny project and it seems to take ages. Have I always been that slow??? How do you manage to work evenings? I collapse at 9 pm the latest.

goonerjamie said...

Kaede's first word was Pub, and in traditional bloke mode I was overjoyed. Although I did own one at the time so maybe it wasn't too much of a surprise.

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