Don’t you just love a good brew in the mornings!!
We wake and think…how the hell will we get through this day. I never knew the magic of coffee OR tea would make us see the light in the mornings.
A good brew brings a good day!!
Manic Mum Routine…
There is never an average day. There is never just a dull day for our beautiful family.
Each day has its own special routine, although between the hours of 6 – 8.30 am and 6 – 8pm the routine normally stays the same. TestingTimes
*6.45am hubby does the ironing…
*7am I make everyone brekkie, porriage and weetabix are generally on the menu…and coffee ofcourse!
*8am School time..
Evening routine –
*5.30pm prepare and cook dinner…(depending on the meals, kids might eat a little earlier or if not with us at 6.30pm)
*7-7.30 CJ’s story/cuddle/bed…
*7.30 OB reads to myself or daddy…
*8pm OB’s bedtime – although he pushes it and says he needs the toilet or a bloody drink, damn boy just go to sleep 😉
CJ at nursery in the mornings then a lazy afternoon with games, snacks and her favourite show…until its school pick up time! (Cleaning day)
Collect OB from school…
Lazy afternoon – catch up with friends or homework…
CJ and I arrange play dates in the mornings…
Lunch at 12…
I collect OB and enjoy mum and son time. This normally means he gets to choose what we do…SWIMMING, FOOTBALL, IPAD games!!
Daddy always does school drop off and generally school pick ups when he is home.
He never wants to miss out!!
Its fun day with hubby DAY!!! Shopping and lunch is normally involved with little lady in-tow.
CJ at nursery… (food shopping)
Lazy afternoon…games, snacks and telly!
Collect OB then a lazy afternoon of fun and games and starting homework…
A day with my baby girl, so playdates and fun to be had….
Collect Big Boy from school…
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