Well you know what 6 weeks will go very quickly . My one has gotten taller and has been sleeping alot .
I have to go back to work to work next month and I found a lady who looks after kids during the hols. Her garden is massive and you can hear the little ones laughing when you walk up to her house. However, It’s 30 minutes in the car to her house so I just have to not moan about it as I wouldn’t have been able to go to work.
Fortunately our nanny is back after a 3 months trip away abroad. I’m so relieved as she’s the only person I trust with my door key!
I,m looking forward to seeing our nanny and the palm tree purchase!
we are away on holiday this week but next week, son will go to holiday club where a little tribe of other kids and they do trips or activities. Plus warm evenings mean we can cycle or picnic on the common for supper. Have weekend days with friends, try freebie sessions at the local tennis club, go swimming or see family.
Pace yourself, think of an outing per week – zoo, cinema, local science museum – and some more everyday activities. Check the local paper, look for children’s theatre or art groups. But some water pistols and prepare to get wet 😊
I definitely feel you. Summer holidays are DEFINITELY daunting as a single parent to an only child. It’s the intensity, right? Alllllllll day, everyday… it’s you they need for everything. With no childcare or school to break it up. Unfortunately I have no advice, just wanted to pitch in with an “I hear you” 😉