Diary of a mum

Being brave for 2019 wasn’t exactly what I had in mind when people asked me what my new year’s resolution would be. When I started to think about it I couldn’t really decide what to settle on at first. I started to get most things under control at the end of the year, my ‘me’ time is spent swimming or being at the gym to try to increase my energy levels, although I am still waiting for this to happen as I just feel zapped most days still – though people assure me it will increase my get up and go! I’d gone on a whole stretch of fighting for little man and his needs towards the end of the year and actually achieved what we needed, so are therefore awaiting appointments. So that’s done and du

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