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12/09/2011 / butterflyexperience

First full day at Pre-School

It was R’s first full day at Pre-school today which meant 9 O’clock start, her lunch there and a 3 O’clock and boy did I miss her!

To be honest as much as I love my children I’ve been looking forward today. To me it signified the start of the rest of my life. Dramatic I know but here’s why.

I moved to Nottingham 6 years ago knowing nobody but my husband and I worked it IT which is predominantly male so therefore was not going to make a great deal of friends there and also my husband is shy and does not socialise much so I was not going to meet many people there either.

I became pregnant with R shortly after our 2nd anniversary and finally began to make friends through baby groups and such.

However husband worked longer hours to support me being a Sahm meaning most of the time I was on my own with a baby in city I hardly knew anyone.

A very, very lonely time for myself.

Anyway fast forward to today and another baby later, life is so different for all the right reasons. I have created a life for myself and with R starting her 15 hours of Pre- school this week it means that P will be going next year to Pre-school and I will have lots and lots of time on my hands!

What ever shall I do with it?

Oh I know make some Jewellery 🙂



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  1. Average Jo / Sep 13 2011 10:03 am

    That made such lovely reading, congrats on starting the next part of your life. I knew exactly what you meant, and it does feel like that. I know when my youngest starts nursery it will be the time i get to really think about what it is i want to be able to give some focus too. In my case it will probably just be extending my voluntarty work as i’ll always be Paiges full time carer primarily but it will still feel like a new chapter.
    Happy jewellery making and lots of best wishes for your new venture :-)xx

    • butterflyexperience / Sep 13 2011 12:50 pm

      Glad someone understands.
      I think so much of life can be likened to chapters which I don’t think there’s anything wrong with, and voluntarily work is a wonderful thing to do too and is Somthing I want to take part in once the children are in the school system.

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