Ooops, it would appear I've not done a blog post for a while. I don't really have much happening to report on. Kory started back at nursery just after the last time I posted. He's delighted to be back. Krystal is back at rising 2's and Kory has started at rising 5's. Photo is Kory being cheeky and stealing James' beer!
Toilet training is finally falling into place (in that she'll now actually use a toilet rather than a potty which is a pointless bit of kit!) and Kory has been asked to grade for his 2nd Khan at boxing (green band) which he's excited about. Krystal had a sickness bug that was only a day long and that's it, 2 weeks in a nutshell! I walked into the kitchen one night and at first glance this looked like Krystal had 2 hands out in front of her on the table. Took me a minute to notice it was her foot!
Today was Kory's school's birthday party. It's 10 years old this week so the parent council (or whatever they're called nowadays) organised a party. There was a bouncy castle, Mackie's ice cream, party bags, lucky dip and party food for the kids all free! I must remember to contribute next time they ask for money for something!
Then there was face painting. Kory really wanted to be a tiger, so we queued for ages to let him be one. And of course the little missy had to be a butterfly with pink and purple wings and sparkles!
Kory was such a scary tiger roaring (like a lion) lots....
...and Krystal was flapping her wings (arms) like a butterfly.
We came home for lunch then headed into town to order a frame for a picture we've had for over a year...oops! And then took the kids to Duthie park. Which got a few looks with their face paint on!
By the time we came home, we were all shattered so got a McDonalds for dinner. I then went food shopping this evening. Now I really am exhausted.
Speaking of exhausted and how I feel, I had an injection last week and a doctors appointment this week. I'm going to see a haematologist in a couple of weeks to see what they say about my B12 levels dipping despite the injections. But the GP says he'll give me more frequent injections if need be which I am delighted about. So hopefully I will feel much better all the time rather than for 2 weeks a month.