Word of the Week

This week my word is CHANGE. This is for three reasons, the first one being, as I said last week the older two kids were supposed to be starting school yesterday but I got a text earlier in the week to say they start back on Tuesday next week now. I was so annoyed because I had prepared all week to get ready and to be honest I was totally ready for them to start back, they’re starting to drive me insane!

The second change is in my gestational diabetes readings. They were awful and really high no matter how hard I tried but since being on the pills, they have changed for the better. I’ve even had a few treats and they have still been good 🙂

The third being we have had no hospital/doctor/midwife appointments, finally! It makes a massive change to the appointments 5 weeks in a row.

A short one from me this week but I think they all will be short from now because with baby brain I’m either forgetting the day or what happened 🙂

The Reading Residence

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Hi, I am a SAHM to 4. Two teens, a preschooler and a baby. This is where I share some of our ups and downs of life.
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9 Responses to Word of the Week

  1. Oh, that’s frustrating about school, very short notice for you. Glad your readings are improving, long may that continue! Thanks for sharing with #WotW x

  2. Jayne says:

    I’m glad your readings have settled,
    it must be really hard trying to level them out.
    Have an awesome weekend lovely! x

  3. Kim Carberry says:

    I am glad things have settled down with your health…..It must be such a relief!
    How annoying about the school….Roll on Tuesday x

  4. Karen says:

    Ours don’t go back until 8th September…
    I’m glad your readings have settled down and can I say a belated congratulations!

  5. Good to hear that your Diabeties readings has gone down, that must be a huge relief!
    I think it’s strange that they go back to scehool halfway thru a week…before you know it it’ll be time for school!

  6. I had GD too and by the end of my term is really hard to control already that I have to inject myself with insulin! So congrats in controlling yours =) #wotw

  7. I didn’t know they could change the school start date. That must be very difficult for parents.
    Glad the diabetes gas settled with tablets. X

  8. Lots of change going on there and I can’t believe they changed the opening date for school. Great news on your reading improving though.xx

  9. Oh dear that’s so annoying with the school! I am glad your readings are coming back ok and everything is looking good!

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