How is it that kids can go from being distraught to delighted in a matter of minutes? Honestly, I spent almost the entire day worrying myself sick as poor J had got himself into a bit of a tizzy over a bus journey. As it turns out, he arrived home safe and sound, with a smile on his face acting as cool as a cucumber, and if this morning’s many messages (which he sent me whilst in distress) were a figment of my imagination!
Meanwhile, E went to school with a limp, claiming to have a sore foot which I also spent most of this morning worrying myself over only to find that this afternoon shes quite literally hopping through the kitchen happy as larry.
Happy Doing Homework
As if I haven’t got enough to worry about at the moment, I’m also been struggling with a mega amount of ‘Mum guilt’ which was entirely unnecessary as come this evening J was happy doing his homework whilst his sister read her book before hopping around the kitchen without any mention of pain or discomfort.
Let’s hope that tomorrow I won’t have to dash out to the bus stop like a madwoman in my slippers to hand over J’s forgotten jacket nor inspect a random foot for a non-existent bruise. Let’s hope that things are a little easier all round tomorrow, though I suspect that may be asking just a tad too much at present!
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