I totally get what you mean Helen, its quite the juggling act at times.
Dont stress out with the potty training.. i tried periodically with euan and he was interested for a few days then lost it. I left it to him and he was day trained just before he was 3. He is nowhere near night trained though.
Yeah I hear you Helen. Life is so stretched now, need more hours in the day to do everything we want and need to do, just in order to function but also feel like we are achieveing something and doing the right thing. You've had a great 2 years off with Ollie and nurtured him in the ways you wanted to so you can tick that off sa achieved for the time passed. Going forward it will be hard as you'll have the working dimension too but we know, we have to make sacrifies to promote the bits that are most important.
At the same time the kids are growing, all the time growing, And we want to make the memories like you say. 2 years have flashed by for me, esp this second one. Might give up work to enjoy the third year properly as surely its school not long after that!
thanks ladies - it's so strange I don't know what I did with my time before Ollie yet I haven't enough now! It is the paradox of being a mum I reckon!
good schedule Rach (sorry my autocorrect keeps changing Rach to each ) though IF you are not caught this month (touches wood and counts nappies etc) then I would get going at cd 9, then cd 11 then cd13etc etc I think the alternate days are good for priming sperm production and giving a few a head start is a good thing
Autocorrect is so annoying! Had a busy weekend, ts been my birthday. Out on say for that. Out on fri for my friends birthday. My friend was staying over 2 nights too to baby sit and I spent all day yesterday with her. Busy bees. We r trying to tidy the garden up, it's getting there!
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