Today is our ‘house-iversary’. It’s been four years since we bought this home! I was 4 days away from having the twins. The days and weeks leading up to September 19, 2014 are such a blur, but what I can remember was how immensely and intensely happy I felt! So many new adventures were waiting to begin! #memories#memorylane#9monthspregnant#twins
Many of you may not of known but yes I have a twin brother named Al as well we are both Al’s lol and here you go a pic of both of us side by side many confuse us on social media for being the same person :) 😂😂😂 @strongisland_streetwheelz @mrvipny #twins#brother#confused#hesthebachelor
Quem me conhece sabe que normalmente eu não tenho dificuldade em escrever (abraçar já é outra história 🙄)mas escrever sobre a minha twin é diferente.
Eu reencontrei esse ser de luz aqui na NZ. Sim, reencontrei pq essa conexão não é de agora e nem dessa vida. Eu não consigo definir a felicidade que senti em ter a tua cia diária nesses últimos meses. Obrigada por ter extraído o melhor de mim (ganhou meus melhores e mais sinceros abraços, com certeza além de declarações diárias de tanto amor) e por ter me ensinado diariamente a ser melhor.
Segue teu voo que em breve nos vemos de novo.
Como sempre falamos, isso foi só um See you soon!! Love you to the moon and back ♥️
This week has been a car, hospital filled week. I knew it was going to be a toughie with regards to the boys treatment, juggling all the appointments, trying to keep some semblance of normal family life, Tom being at a conference in Barcelona for 2 days and my sanity, but so far it has exceeded my expectations!
We are currently sat in our second home casa de Medway, our 3rd different hospital so far this week! The boys have both got their tablets on watching Fireman Sam, however they are watching different episodes...they insist on standing next to each other and flicking between watching their own and watching the other. Hopefully this will just be a quick assessment and then we will toddle off home having enjoyed another late bedtime.
In fairness it's not been all bad... On Monday Edward had his LP and before he realised that he was super hungry and super tired he had a lovely play with another superhero, it was just heartwarming to see them playing together whilst they both could manage it and just being what they are - little boys.
Then yesterday Edward, Austin and I left the house just after 9am - this was for Edward to have his next 2 doses of IV Chemo & collect his Steroids for the week. Unfortunately they had to go into an isolated room. This did not go down well as it is one of the few places that they can actually be children and have the freedom to play. We managed to bribe them with some fire truck toys. Edward was a superstar with his chemo, which was great as Austin and I had to dash off once his flush was up to get to a renal appointment at the Evelina Hospital in London.
Edward went home with the grandparents, I drove Austin into the city. At the hospital (slightly greyer due to scary London traffic - I'm a country girl normally!) I had to walk quickly through the incredibly crowded streets & waiting room to a side room that had been allocated to Austin so that again he was in isolation. He was so sad, all he wanted to do was play with the toys he saw on the way in that all the other children were playing with, but again I had to explain he couldn't.
~ So magical ~
Det är stora förberedelser inför lördagen här hemma. På lördag har jag nämligen två 2-åringar här hemma! Tänk vad tiden går fort!👧🏼👧🏼 Mina glada, positiva, vilda, fantastiska, envisa och underbara små tjejer❤