I was not prepared for the early wake up call today. You know how it goes. You snuggled up, warm I bed. Then you son or daughter who is awake decides they want you to do their breakfast, so they make sure you wake up.
It’s Friday… I could have at least slept until 7.30am? Nope, no chance.
Awake, breakfast was done and crash out in chair
So, I made little Mr his breakfast and juice, waited for him to finish, put on one of his favourite programs and I crashed out in the big armchair. With a blanket on me of course. 20 minutes power nap ?
Time for school run
Next task, as many of you also have to do. Get them ready for school. Some resistance from not so little Miss as she refused to go to sleep on time. Tiredness.
Task done. School run done. Work, arr.
Work was work
Work was work was work. You can tell that it was Friday by just one of my tweets
today I will be most planning on getting the hell out of the office. At 5.30ish of course
— TheAutismDada (@TheAutismDada) January 5, 2018
The day soon ended and it was time to go home.
Little Mr was full of beans
When I get home, little Mr was running around, just full of energy. Makes me wonder after a full day and school, early morning and still energised. Still, we had a little fun.
Then it was bedtime. 8:30pm today. He seemed to go to sleep a little easier tonight, well, at least that’s what we first thought. In actual fact, he had been quiet for around 20 minutes and then the games began. 9:45pm before little Mr finally nodded off.
So, time to do some edits while I can…
I recently came across the following quote
“If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be.”
― Maya Angelou
This is my new goal in life. Not to conform to be normal, but to be amazing and I hope to inspire you to be amazing too.