Monday, 5 January 2009

My Life Is Brilliant

My life is pure (ok, stop choking on your coffee!).

I've had a brilliant day today. We all managed to get up and washed and dressed and out of the house on time for school and I didn't shout once! And what is even more remarkable is that I managed to dry my hair rather than sticking it to the back of my head wet!!

Nathaniel and I stopped by the children's centre to wish everyone a happy new year and to pick up the fliers for boobie club which starts on Wednesday. It has been a long time coming and I am really pleased that we can start supporting women in our community to breast feed their children.

Nathaniel has been lonely today and kept going to the stairs to shout for his sisters or his Daddy.

But the upside of this is that I have my cooking buddie back now that there is nobody doing something more exciting in the other room;

I have vaccummed all of upstairs and sorted through the children's drawers and stored away all clothes that don't fit at the mo but may fit one of them in the future, done two loads of washing and hung them up to dry, prepared tonight's tea and done tomorrow's shepherd's pie and put it in the fridge, made the beds, snuggled my son and played boo for far too long and have baked some 'Mummy has really missed you today girls' cupcakes;

And all the while I have been doing this I have been bopping and singing away to music of my own choosing (hence link in title). A little Blunt, a little Morrissey, a little Madonna and the best bit is that Nathaniel is not old enough to object or pass comment as are the rest of my household, hurrah!!

Nathaniel snoozing now so I am just catching up with other blogs and scoffing a big prawn sandwich, mmm!

Some ironing to do and I want to walk up to school this afternoon so the girls can stomp back in the snow, well, sort of a light crusty dusting to the pavement, but this is exciting stuff when you are only 4 and 7! Poor Simon peeled his eyes open this morning hoping there would be at least four foot of the stuff! Poor disappointed boy :-(

Daisie xxx


Apple Valley said...

Wow you have been busy, how do you manage to fit all that in, in school hours and with a small child at home too!? mine undo all my doings as I go along!

Tip Top said...

Hehehehe!! And I've got two BBBIIIIIGGGGG bags of stuff for Nathaniel - all clothes!! So make more room!!!

Pixiedust said...

WOW, you must be a super woman daisie, I don't have kids yet but never get that much done in a day. Hope the girls enjoyed the snow. xxx

Jackie said...

I'm sure there can't be anything left to do at your house, so if I leave you a key under a plantpot will you come and take my decs down tomorrow, make me a shepherds pie, hoover all my carpets...and then make me a prawn sandwich?

willow81 said...

Hi Daisie, a Tree of Happiness award awaits you over at That's Not My Monkey:

Sam xx

Sharon said...

That sounds like a lovely day! I can leave a key out for you too if you like!!