34 Week Scan

Got up late and so were rushed but was made worse as Rachel made a appointment at the doctors, we just about got there on time.

Rachel got some antibiotics to try and help with her asthma.

Then we had to rush to the Hospital for the scan. As The nursery was shut we had to take Alexander with us. He was fine for most of it except the actual scan where he was very naughty, I think a bit worried about what was going on with mummy, he climbed up on the bed and lay down next to her.

Despite them feeling ill Rachel wanted to be dropped into town. So dropped them off and went to work. Strange atmosphere there – everyone was quiet.

Got quiet a lot done though – Mark was off in the afternoon.

Came home and Alexander and Rachel were fast asleep. Alexander was very very hot and stayed asleep for hours. He woke up about 9.30 – we had given him some calpol and he seemed to recover quite well. But by then we was awake and hungry. Gave him some yoghurt which he wolfed down. Then put him to bed with a struggle. Once in though he went out like a light again.

The washing machine had broken down- stopped draining. Had tried once to clean the filter but this had not worked. So tried again and removed one more bit of fluff about the side of half a thumb and very soft – but it seems that this was enough to stop it working as it was OK after that.

Mum and Dad rung up to say they were not well so couldn’t pick Alexander up from nursery tomorrow – but he is unlikely to go.

Went to bed -watched 44 inch chest – missed the beginning – looked very good – need to re-watch it though.

Rachel was very restless as was Alexander so didn’t really get much sleep.

Author: Scott Andrew Bailey

Scott Bailey is a freelance writer, author and blogger. His works include the dystopian novel “Mankind Limited”, Thirteen Tales – a collection of Ghost Stories and “A Spring of Dreams” collection of poetry. His blogging ranges across family articles, poetry and short stories and even the odd book or movie review.

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