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Life is suddenly busy. If work had better WiFi, I'd be blogging from there during my downtime. I have adjusted to daytime sleeping and night time working. The weekends are hell because I have to force myself to stay awake for Hubs during the day only to do it all over again come Sunday night. She has not adjusted, but Shaily coming home soon will be a huge help for her sanity. To add to that, the boy comes every other day and I have to be tired babysitter too. The Livians moving away, right now, is unappreciated because of the lack of helpful options!

The one thing I do like about the job, and there are many things I like about it, is that I get school holidays off. This is what I thought of all during the summer holidays. I needed a job that allowed me to be with Hubs during the holidays.

One night at sunset.

Video chats with Avi. You can still teach her bad habits with the distance between us.
"Ewwwww Avi"

Woke up one morning to a hand made garden and streamers on all doors off the hallway. This is what happens when you sleep and your child is awake.

Looking through Aunty Hub's undies drawer.

Mischief Boy.

.. and then these.


Hard to believe he'll be one next month!

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