Friday, September 9, 2011

Fess up Friday

I have a confession to make. I'm going on a blogging holiday.

I wish it was to some tropical location but it's not. I'll still be here reading all your blogs, keeping tabs on your recipes and weekly doings. I love it.
Random pics of my beautiful people :-)

But I'm not loving my own posting at the moment. I almost feel obligated to post about stuff that I just don't have at the moment. My eyesight keeps me at home and I don't even have many photographs of the kids. I'm starting to feel better, but imprisoned due to double vision. Writing, despite normally loving it, does not make me happy at the moment. It seems to drain my energy and require the kind of focus that I used to have, but am now having to rebuild.

I have some follow up hospital appointments coming up to think about and process anyway. My brain will be busy enough.

So I'm taking a break.

Take care. I hope you'll still be here when I get back.
Jaz xx

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Dedication to Dads

Dads are pretty important, especially in a house full of girls.

My girls absolutely adore their dad. It's what girls do I think. My girls are lucky to have a caring and open minded who wants the best for them.

So Mark, this year sure had been a test for you, and it continues to be. I am proud of your fathering and love for all of us. I wish I could support you more at the moment, but my time will come again I'm sure. In the meantime I want you to know how much I appreciate you.

To all the dad out there in cyber space. Happy Father's Day to you all!
Jaz xx

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Thankful Thursday: Baby speak!

I'm here, still recovering. Poor eyesight and all. But here.

I was thinking about a post I did many moons ago about our little Phoebe. She was 18months old and we loved her dictionary of words she had gathered in her short life.

Well, our little girl is nearing THREE, ouch where did that time go?? I thought it might be fun to update the baby speak dictionary. Of course, not being a baby makes a real difference. She has a wealth of vocab and loves to use it. But there are always a few gems which will make it onto the blog:

Here goes:

Segly and sausages: Spaghetti to you and I. We should correct her, but it's just sooo cute.

Holy pap!!!: Holy Crap. (I know, not cute and we do discourage this one. But once again, giggles all round when she first popped this one out!)

Arrrrgh me parties: That's what pirates say of course, don't they?? Phoebe loves pirates and she gets the 'p' of the word pirates a little confused and in the wrong place. But we LOVE it!

Urprise: Surprise!!! Leaving off the first letters seems to be her thing at the moment. Despite having good hearing and being ABLE to do it.

ATCCH.........bless me: A sneeze. Adorable.

So, why I am really doing this is to remind my self, that despite all the challenges that come with two and three year old children. There are many rewards as well.

I'm also feeling particularly sad that I can't do as much with them at the moment. My eyes are crippling me and I feel very housebound. Hopefully an improvement soon.

Please have a good Thursday and weekend.
Jaz xx


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