Right Now (less that 48 hours before we move)

Home (right now)

Spent all day ripping up carpet/killing the vaccum cleaner/taking things to charity shops/taking stuff to the tip – check
Hottest day of the year so far – check
Pretty much 6 months pregnant – check
Son still wide awake despite being put to bed 2 hours ago (because it’s frankly too hot to sleep) – check
Still got a TON of packing/cleaning etc to do tomorrow – check
Movers arriving at the crack of dawn on monday – check
Won’t let self watch the last episode of Dr Who (cliff hanger!) till son is asleep incase it gets noise/scary for him to hear from upstairs – check
Won’t go down and get ice cream from freezer until son goes to sleep incase he gets upset and needs me (and ice cream melts) – check

I really wouldn’t mind if it rained a bit tomorrow. *Checks forcast*

It’s going to be even hotter tomorrow?

In which case I hope everyone else is having lots of fun in the sunshine. *hides in a cold shower for a bit*

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6 thoughts on “Right Now (less that 48 hours before we move)

    • poor puffy ankles. When i was pregnant with FB my feet were like balloons till about a week after he was born. Then they went back to normal.

      This time round – so far – i’m ok i think. but i can’t remember when it kicked off last time.

      no – moving on monday. we went in today to ripped up the lino and one of the carpets though (with permission).

      Can it be less hot please? seriously.

      • They’re not too puffy, thankfully, except for Friday at work when I was outside helping Reception AND Year 1 have a party together. Manic and hot. 🙁

        Take it as easy as you can today! I totally spent some time “browsing” in the refrigerated aisle at Waitrose yesterday. Recommend!

  1. Fill a large bowl with cool, not really cold, water. Sink feet slowly into bowl. Relax and cool down. It was incredible hot when I was pregnant with DS and I spent a lot of time with my feet in a bowl of cool water ! Works a treat.
    If desperate to cool down, run cold water over pulse points.

    I hope the move goes really well.

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