Hi,I agree with this. Looks cute - terribly hard to get child into.I have just found your blog (link from Simone maybe?). I like a good Aussie-Christian-Mum blog and find from a quick look at your archives that you are:1) A new (again) Mum like me.2) You have just turned 40 like me.3) You have a new job as a tutor at a Uni just like me!I will definitely read some more.Thanks, Bec
Hi BecThanks for stopping by, look forward to seeing more of you here :)What subject/course are you tutoring??Karen
I couldn't agree more. We have a 2.5 year old and a 6 month old and i have always struggled getting these on and off. I feel like you either have to have a degree in origami or no qualms about turning your baby into a contortionist. Looking after babies is hard enough as it is, without having to struggle with these things.
So sorry I left mid conversation! Just found you again and look forward to having a proper read.I tutor in history and am doing an MA in Pacific History which keeps me more than busy. You?Bec
Tutoring in Occupational Therapy here, Bec. I did a Masters when my eldest two kids were babies/toddlers. Would love to get stuck into a PhD sometime but life seems a whole lot busier now than it did ten years ago!?
Reading your blog it all makes sense - OT. Yes a PhD sounds a lot of work. I have lived with someone who has done one and think that should count for a bit. I am in the acknowledgements ;)
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