Sunday, December 12, 2010

Holidays.

We are all on holidays now. Steve finished work on Friday. He was the last one to finish for the year.

Now we have till the end of January to enjoy everyones company and refresh ourselves.

I have some curtains to sew and some summer clothes for the boys over the next few weeks. The girls will be going to a YCS camp this week so things will be a bit quieter without them here. I am hoping to get a lot of the sewing done while they are gone. I hope that Joseph will be settled and happily play while I sew.

I am hoping that Joseph will bond a bit more with Steve while he is on holidays. He only wants to be with me at the moment and his seperation anxiety is huge. It does tend to get a bit draining so hopefully by spending a bit more time with Steve he will give me a bit of a break.

8 comments:

Tracy aka Mad Quilter said...

I hope you all have a wonderful holiday. I love the quotes on your blog, very inspiring.

becomewhatyouare said...

Enjoy your holidays!

I remember the "all mommy, all the time" days. It is draining. Wonderful in its own way, but draining!

Kalona said...

Enjoy!

Deanne said...

I am hoping to finish my decluttering this week and finish Christmas presents and cooking next and then relax for the rest of the holidays- by the pool! Have fun!

GrandmaK said...

Wishing you much success during this special time. Cathy

Leanne said...

we are on holidays as well...very relaxed low key...

The Handmaden said...

Wow, what a blessing that Steve has Christmas holidays! I find it amazing how quickly children adjust to different people and situations, I'm sure Joseph will settle down soon, but I agree with you - it can be very draining.

Jeanne said...

Sewing on holidays. Sigh...

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