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Fantastic blog. Just survived the first week of hols too, with ‘normal’ 8 year old and ‘undergoing assessment’ 5 year old. Like you, comparing to last year and thinking yes this is an improvement! High spot for this week has been feeding ducks at lake and feeling (almost) confident that he won’t jump in with them 🙂 !!
oh yes, I too am a ‘hawk’ in the playground – disappearing act in 2 seconds and walking in path of swings a big favourite here too. I’ve not made it out of the house today, having just come back from short break at my parents – on abot the 5th load of washing, inbetween tackling the tidying up. Not that it looks like I’ve tried. You’re right, not worth bothering – oh and now I’m beiing pestered to get off the computer. A 5 minute stint is all I’m allowed myself, groan! Happy holidays!
From one helicopter parent to another, sounds like you guys are having a blast. Here’s to more fun and less scrapes 🙂
Sunshine!! Such a lovely post, B’sDad! Take care n enjoy to the max!! God Bless you all.
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