It’s been a month. Thankfully, a good month. Here’s what happened..
We said farewell to our visiting family, after enjoying a day at Ushaka Marine World. It’s as fun as I remember, but folks, that area of Durban looks like Cape Town’s parade on a Saturday morning. Definitely not the Durban I remember.
Tahamza, as a friend of mine calls him has started walking. The places that were safe to put your glass of coke, like the dinning table, is no longer safe. Unless you find a place to put things out of sight, he will get his hands on it. Actually, even out of sight, like in the cupboard is not safe😊.
He makes me tired, but I love him! Kudos to any stay at home mom or dad!
It’s not all as crazy as it sounds. We have regular naps during the day. Our routine is as follows. Rise and shine at around 6am. Mom gives baby breakfast and gets ready for work. At 7am we off to drop mom at work. Thankfully its only 10min away. Then we play, or baby plays while dad tries to stay awake. At 8:30 sharp its Barney time. Truly an amazing creation that purple guy. At 9am its nap time till 11 or 11:30. Then its snack time, lunch time, followed by try to keep baby busy till mom gets home time..
I did manage to squeeze in some work. I am still busy with an ongoing project from late 2013. The The 2 Oceans Education Foundation is doing some awesome work in our communities. They provide free schooling, low-cost schooling and other sport and cultural initiatives in the under privileged communities within SA.
Then I had the opportunity to revamp Pink Daffodil. They provide top quality homemade cakes and confectionary for kiddies parties, bridal showers, office parties and more.
Skyfire Technologies is another website update that’s currently in progress. The home of the original BellBoy – an automated electronic bell for schools. Quite innovative compared to the brass bell most of us are familiar with.
Mama’s also getting into the swing of things at work. She’s very happy that the KZN dietitian department takes dietetics very seriously. I think it’s important that the job you do adds value and as a dietitian that’s definitely the case. Keep it up mama!
Speaking about diets. Due to my ongoing eczema and the fact the medication is no longer working, I have been put on a strict no wheat, no gluten diet. What that means no biscuits, bread, some chocolates and may favorite panda bears.
That’s it for now. Part 2 coming. Soon..