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I am starting my lessons learned this week with two I forgot to include last week!
Exams and results are almost as stressful when being sat by your kids. My daughter may disagree! We were very proud of her results anyway irrespective of who found it more stressful.
Following this blog post I learned that lots of my friends and readers share my dislike of those basins at the hairdressers – they are literally a pain in the neck! Do YOU find them comfortable?
I learned that my son could not quite believe his luck when he was not just allowed but ENCOURAGED to push and shove while dressed up in a sumo suit (with a spiderman painted on his face too)!
Not that sumo wrestling is usually associated with church run events but the “There’s More” week at our church continues to be a great success – the wide variety of events planned means there is literally something for everyone.
Enjoying my Project 365 and have found a great website that facilitates easy upload of your daily photos and see your month at a glance. If you are doing Project 365, please let me know, I would love to follow your progress.
Here is one of this week’s photos – my kids assure me they are much too old for a dolls house, but sometimes they can be found “tidying” it up!
Question for you – what should I do with the dolls house?
Give it to charity, sell it, or put it in the attic for another generation? It is getting in the way downstairs, and I need to make a decision about it soon. Isn’t it funny how I am not so sentimental about a toy unless it is made of wood!
I learned that I am quite anxious about going on a 2 day course tomorrow and thursday – it has been a LONG time since I attended something like this and worried my brain might struggle to “get in gear”!
However it is also sort of reassuring when you realise just HOW MANY PEOPLE who are kindly helping me out with the kids for the 2 days – a mum can’t easily be replaced by just one person!
I learned that booking your flights for your summer holiday is VERY exciting – especially as we are visitng New England for 3 weeks. We were there about 15 years since we were there, before kids, and we loved it. I will be looking for some recommendations for retail/dining/activities nearer the time.
Making clay beads is fun – permission to play and make a mess is great – even if your dh assumes they were made by your 5 year old instead of by you! Did you guess correctly?
That is it for this week – please share your lessons with me.
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So what have you learned this week?