Wednesday, 21 January 2009

Marmalade waits for no woman. Oh. Hang on.


Today our Health Visitor Baby Sitter has been for the two-and-a-half hours a week she is allocated to us. She is absolutely lovely and arrives with a BIIIIIIG bag of Exciting New Toys each time she comes, which keeps Leo busy for ages. B and I retreated to bed and slept. Eleanor was up at six wanting a feed - she has a cold again and it is effecting her feeding, making her very tired so she is only taking about half her normal amount for about half the feeds. She woke because she was hungry, took seven ounces and went back down until 8.15. EIGHT FIFTEEN!

In other news I am trying to do the tax return for 2008. It has to be in by the end of the month. Oh the fun.

The marmalade is half made.

4 comments:

  1. Ha, you're back! And, all sounds as though it's all ticking over nicely. Shame about the new snuffles, but I'm sure she'll be okay.

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  2. Ha, you're back! And, all sounds as though it's all ticking over nicely. Shame about the new snuffles, but I'm sure she'll be okay.

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  3. Hi Ally
    Have originally come to your blog via KW.
    Now I realise why I forced myself to do the tax return on paper last October even though I grumbled mightily about having to do it three months early!

    Re the caravan situation in Somerset - my nephew until quite recently lived in a static caravan on his parents' farm (in Somerset) and it seemed that the only thing the council were at all bothered about was "services" (electric, phone, etc) being obviously attached to his caravan. Otherwise as long as you couldn't see much from the road, they weren't bothered.

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  4. Hi Ally
    Have originally come to your blog via KW.
    Now I realise why I forced myself to do the tax return on paper last October even though I grumbled mightily about having to do it three months early!

    Re the caravan situation in Somerset - my nephew until quite recently lived in a static caravan on his parents' farm (in Somerset) and it seemed that the only thing the council were at all bothered about was "services" (electric, phone, etc) being obviously attached to his caravan. Otherwise as long as you couldn't see much from the road, they weren't bothered.

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