All is well here but I just haven’t got to writing here in a while. I promise to be back with lots of details soon. There are always photos on Flickr for you to enjoy. In the meantime I will leave you with this great summary of Motherhood that I read here the other day. It sums up lots of what’s keeping me busy right now.
What you eat can affect pregnancy and breastfeeding.
When you eat depends on when you have a spare moment (and sometimes you hide in the pantry to eat a piece of chocolate so you don’t need explain to a 2-year-old, why they can’t have some).
What you wear depends on how much vomit and snot you are prepared to have on a particular outfit.
When you dress you need to allow for breastfeeding and looking after little children. This means dresses are sometimes out…and dangly earrings, and long hair left out, and necklaces, and rings, and a lot of other things.
When you sleep, and how long for, depends how sick your children are, when they are teething and a myriad of other reasons.
What you do and where you go depends on how settled your child is and a million other variables.
The home needs to be child proof, and is rarely tidy when you have a toddler tearing around pulling everything out.
You can’t go anywhere without a huge bag filled with mumsy things.
You can almost never sit down for a more than a few minutes, even when you’re trying to have coffee with a friend.
You’re constantly (absolutely constantly) responsible for keeping another person alive.
Sometimes you feel like a machine, always providing for the needs of other and cease to exist as an individual person.