Friday, August 22, 2008


Well we finally had the ENT appt. for my little girl and she is booked in to hospital on the 2nd Sept. to have her adenoids removed! I was a little emotional yesterday, just thinking about your little one going under anaesthetic is huge for a Mum, but in her case, I know there is no other option and she has been suffering now for 8 months! I look forward to her having alot better quality sleeping and using less tissues in the tissue box every day! She know no different, but I have a feeling she will be alot brighter after it's all done!
Jack is fine and getting quite a bit of attitude for a little man, he gets cuter by the minute though and makes me laugh! He has this thing about my hair, ever since he was feeding as a baby with a bottle, he would have to grab my hair. He still does it, as soon as he gets any kind of drink in his mouth, he reaches for my hair! It's so extreme that he will seek me out at the other end of the house and even says Mummy I need your hair! It sounds cute and funny, (which it is!) But being on the receiving end can sometimes drive me crazy~ Gotta love their little habits.
I will leave a few layout images from Little Scrapbook shop's recent cybercrop ( a cute little pic of the kids with TILLY the turtle who came home with us on a visit from Taylah's class with a little book we got to write in and put photos in of her visit with us! Each child in the class gets to take her home for a few days! Tilly got to come camping with us!


Deanne Stewart-Mills said...

your kiddies are so cute! and your layout is terrific!!
Good luck to your little girl. It is difficult to watch them come out of anaesthetic, but worth it for something that makes them better in the long run.
Good luck to you both!!

Liss said...

Tilly is so cute, I wonder how many toys get a life where they are so loved by many. Our horse Jack has gone back to kinder and even I miss him. He was cute.

I feel for you with you daughters pending operation. I know how you feel and know that you will shed some tears whilst she goes under the anaesthetic. I have had to watch my daughter thought this when she had an eye operation at 18months old and also had to hold my son when he had an anaesthetic for an MRI brain scan. Think of the positives the operation will bring and give her lots of love and attention when it is all over.

helenj said...

Your darling will be fine!!!!!
she will be so much better for the op
Dont stress out too much ok?

Gorgeous work as always:)

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