World Breastfeeding Week is currently underway (1-7 August 2016) and it has got me thinking about my 3 babies. Breastfeeding is so important to me and I was lucky that I was able to feed each of my babies. Miss 7 was fed until 14 months and Master 5 and Master 2 until 1 year.
Master 5 and I have spent a good majority of the afternoon building Lego from a set he received for his Birthday back in June. It has been one of those activities where I have been saying “In a minute I’ve just got to do this”. Or “When we’ve got more time”. The list could go on and then in return I have been feeling massive Mummy guilt. Now we are into the second week of the summer hols and the children are coming down from school frenzy, we have finally sat down together to do his long awaited Lego.
Miss 7 has just come running down the stairs with a big toothless grin and a little white tooth clenched firmly between her fingers! She was closely followed by Master 5 who preceded to inspect her mouth thoroughly! He can’t wait to loose a tooth but has no signs of it happening anytime soon. So he is grasping onto his big sisters excitement!
The babies have had a whole week off already in their 6 week summer holidays. We have had so much fun this week and just being with them has just made me extremely happy. Finally the tiredness from each of us is dispersing and the loving sibling relationships are returning in full force.
I have been researching the possibility of Home Education for Miss 7 and Master 5, and eventually Master 2, for several months now. Countless searches on the internet have shown me an amass of varying views. But the blogs and sites from people that follow this path, and are successful, leave me wanting to follow Home Education even more.
I have three beautiful, amazing children! My Princess and two little Princes. I am blessed to have 3 happy, healthy children but there’s a part of me that feels that something is missing, that my family is not yet complete.
So this week it has been half term! A week with all three children at home! I personally love having my babies at home but I know that many struggle during holiday time. Don’t get me wrong it’s not easy and I often tear my hair out. But there’s just something about having all my babies home together.
Welcome to my blog. Or should I say my world! I’m just an ordinary Mum like many others out there who have begun their own blog. So why have I decided to begin this venture? Well I think its so that I can have just a little something that is mine, a place where I can talk about what I know and if I can, just to help one person.