Friday, January 15, 2010

Quick 7!!


School Holidays coming to an end.

Next week on Wednesday, Steve will be going back to work. We will start school on the following Wednesday.

When Steve goes back, I will have to get serious and start planning Tom, Amelia's and Christopher's time table for first term. I am in two minds about when Christopher should be at kindy.

The morning session would suit us much more but because his injections are first thing in the morning, he is more likely to have a hypo in this session than latter in the day. Also once baby comes, it will change things again. I will have to have a good think about this.


Madeline and Brigette.

Are back from Adelaide. I put them on the bus on Tuesday morning and they got back at lunch time today. It was very quiet here and I am glad they are home now.



Last Monday evening was very hot and humid. Usually, the heat doesn't worry me too much but the humidity is just so oppressive. I considered for about 3 minutes jumping on our trampoline and seeing if that would send me into labour but decided that it wasn't a good idea.

The temps have been great for the rest of the week and we will have high 20's and low 30's right up until next Wednesday. I probably won't consider going on the trampoline until next Wednesday at least lol.

Baby Swing.

Christopher sat on our baby swing earlier this week and broke it. We had loaned it to some friends that were able to get a part that one of their children broke so I know we can get a part or Steve even thinks that he may be able to fix the part. I hope it hasn't been wrecked though.


New Meters.

Tom and Christopher have some new meters. I was having a heap of problems with the strips that were going in their Go meter. Both meters were doing exactly the same thing and when I rang Diabetes SA, I was told that they had had a lot of people ringing about this particular meter. I wondered if the heat had affected the strips.

We decided to get the Accu Check Integra meter.

It doesn't have as many features as the Go did but the strips are enclosed and I am hoping that will stop the problems we have had.


Sewing for baby.

I have a few plans to do a bit of sewing over the next three weeks. I will be making the aio nappies, some slings and some sleeping bags. Hopefully this will keep me occupied and patient for the baby to come.


Wedding Anniversary.

In two weeks Steve and I will celebrate our 19th wedding anniversary. I am going to make the eggplant Parmigiana. I wonder if it will send me into labour..

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