I have to admit that I appreciate not feeling dreadful, so resting more is having a very positive effect on my physical well-being. It is a little isolating, and since I gave up FB for Lent and thus don't share poppet links, our readership is down to perhaps one reader! Physical and virtual isolation is not perhaps the best thing when on bed rest but luckily I have the funny boys to keep me company when they come home from school and our nanny's.
This is how I get them to eat their vegetables... Chas is pretending here to be a chicken. The place is a mess after meals!
The boys are also obsessed with bottoms and privates. Growing up with all sisters I had no inkling about the obsession boys have with their privates! Running around semi-naked is part of getting ready for baths or pajamas. Every. Single. Night. Here's Chas running around delighting as he shouts, 'dinky, dinky, dinky'!
Charlie spends a lot of his day singing Thomas and Train, according to our nanny. To avoid going to sleep he'll often start singing, talking to monsters and shadows, and striking up random conversations, This was him last night.. I put on the light to tape his singing.
After this, in response to my nose-blowing (I have a miserable sinus infection) he said, 'mummy very sick. I'm sick, too. My wheels hurt'! He then changed wheels to 'feet' and declared that his feet were sick and that he couldn't walk!
He does make me laugh.