Dear daughter…

…my darling toddler, I appreciate that you have teeth coming through, which could be causing you pain & discomfort, which is why I offered you pain relief. You are still crying. I trying staying in the room quietly in case it was a separation anxiety thing – you sat yourself up & tried to reach me through the bars of your cot. I don’t like leaving you to cry, but it seems more affective than staying in the room with you, at least then there is a few minutes of silence before you start complaining again. I know I was foolish to not go to bed earlier and stayed up to eat and watch TV (that I’d prefer you didn’t watch). Your intermittent sleep/cry pattern is a tease to my sleep. Daddy can sleep through it, but those cries cut through my sleep, and leave me waiting to see if there will be more! If you’d like a happy, refreshed Mummy, then allowing me a bit more sleep would be much appreciated, I’ll never make up for the last few nights missed sleep, but one good night would be a token offering!

Yours with much love,
Your sleep deprived Mummy.


Welcome to my new blog

I have had a few blogs over the years, but I wanted to do one with hopefully a bit more structure, focus and regular updates! Over the last year or so my husband has said to me, you should really blog that! I’ve replied with a sound of agreement, but never got round to doing anything about it. When I was pregnant with my daughter I blogged about aspects of my pregnancy, but since that crazy day when I gave birth to my unique blessing from God, life has been busy, sleep is precious and a mixture or Facebook and Babycentre groups have sucked up my little spare time.