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Jack's Days Out

I've been feeling a little out of sorts just lately. There are a few things weighing on my mind, but the jist of it is: I hate being at work all day away from my little boy, I'm stressed out with the pressure of the new roll, it's sodding winter and winter hates me!

But that doesn't mean that on the days when I'm not working myself into an early grave/nervous breakdown that I can't go out with Jack...

He loves other kiddies! Last week I met up with Jen at Jills house. Adam was at nursery but she brought Conner, and our two lads played happily with Jills two, giving us chance to have a girly natter.

This week we helped Jen move some stuff to her new place, and Jack had a great time playing with Adam and Conner, and looking at the fish in Jen's landlord/housemates fishtank!

Today we took a family trip out to the park, although I'm feeling ill and Jack's under the weather too. He had a go on the swings and slide, and was gentely rocked on one of the kiddie rockers, but he was tired and just wanted to go back to sleep in his pram. Poor kiddo!

Next is a trip over to Nanna's

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