that could go in their own blog post but I can't be bothered.
1. Looking after this dog, who has an obsession with any tennis ball. And having someone throw it for him. the kids were playing in the sandpit, and he kept nagging them to throw the ball. They buried it. He was most confused!
2. This Child has been sleeping in my bed on a too regular basis, because he is " 'cared". (aka scared). We are too tired to put him back to his own bed because we have had interrupted sleep from him sleeping in our bed the night/s before. It is a vicious cycle. I have a mental note to scrap these photos soon.
Yep, right in the middle. I am fortunate that he gravitates towards his father during the night and wedges himself cosily under his shoulder blade, occasionally (while still sound asleep) flinging out a hand and feeling the nose or ear closest to him. Can be somewhat disconcerting. The boys' gravitation towards his father and consequent discomfort experienced by the father trying to sleep - the father being quite large in length and also a fair sort of bredth - does not put the father in an especially good mood come morning. (I have indicated that the father is more than welcome to relocate the child back to his own bed! As there is no discomfort experienced on the mother's part!)
Enough random blathering for one day!