Sunday, July 25, 2010

Don't forget morning tea on Tuesday!!

All has been quiet in our house since last Tuesday's drama (I really should know better than to say that out loud shouldn't I??).

Emma and Audrey decided this weekend that they want to share a bedroom.  We have been trialling it over the last few days - they both like it, but Emma reckons Audrey snores.

Audrey's response?
"She's imaginating things.  I don't snore."
(She does snore - both the twins do  - they have tonsils the size of golf balls.)

I am hoping for a quiet week too - although on Friday the girls are booked in for their 4 year old immunisations.  We are going to the vaccination clinic at the hospital after Ashlea's reaction to the swine flu shot in January.  I'm a bit apprehensive about her having another vaccination (we avoided this year's flu shot), but in theory these ones should be fine as they are all boosters of ones she has had before.  You never know with my little miss though.

Otherwise, don't forget morning tea for Special Needs Mums on Tuesday at my house.  If you arrive before me don't panic - it just means I am gas-bagging at preschool or buying morning tea from the cake shop on the way home!


Sarah said...

Very sweet Emma and Audrey want to share a rooom, I wonder if it will last!

Violet's tonsils and adenoids are huge too, amazes me she doesn't choke more than she already does!

Hope the vaccinations go as well as they can on Friday. I can understand your worries after Ashlea's reaction to the swine flu jab. I often tell Violet's specialists about her reaction (not mentioning names) and then they stop nagging me to get Violet's.

I am looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday.

Missy said...

I wish I was coming!!!Have fun.

Good luck with the vaccinations this week. Hope there are no adverse reactions.

ferfischer said...

Oooh! I wish I could come to your tea! Sounds fab! Also, what the heck is "gas-bagging?" (I assume you mean chatting it up or something, but I've never heard that before) - I learn the greatest stuff from you! (oh, and the tonsils/adenoids here too - just got Cici's out and her breathing is SO much quieter!)