Tuesday, 4 August 2009

Birthdays and training

Didn't think I was going to fit my training in today. I was prepared to forfeit it in favour of being at home this morning when my son woke up to celebrate his 10th birthday.

But, I managed to squeeze it in after I got the kids on the school bus and before I took my little one to her swimming lesson.

I also managed a bit of a peek on face book and a couple of emails to Kristy, who is doing fantastically well at the moment.

CJ had a good morning, seemed very happy with his presents, unfortunately he has a UNSW English test this morning, (and and OC test tomorrow) but we are heading out for Mexican this evening, his choice, so that should end the day on a high for him.

10 today

Happy Birthday my beautiful 10 year old boy.

Love ya loads xx

Monday, 3 August 2009


Our God-daughter was today, at 7 months old, the youngest baby ever to have bi-lateral cochlear implants.

She is doing well, the doctors are pleased with the surgery. We are all very relieved it is over, especially her mum who has been amazing through this journey. She gets them switched on in 2 weeks and will then hear her very first sounds.

With 3 older brothers - will she regret it?

Nah - I don't think so!

Recover well, gorgeous girl. xx

Saturday, 1 August 2009

Go the Warriors

Jon and I have a babysitter, free tickets to the Warriors so we are off out on our own to watch our team play the Panthers tonight.

I am now desperately trying to clean the house so it is respectable for the babysitter to see. If only I didn't have kids, I wouldn't have as much mess, I would have more time to clean and I wouldn't need a babysitter. But then my life would have no meaning. I love them really.