Some days the babe sleeps for but 45 minutes at a stretch before for some reason or other we need to get in the car and go somewhere or gets woken by something (or someone)…Â Not like the first lucky child who had a bit of a routine and actually two good-length daytime sleeps until he was over 1.
But some days I do get a bit of a break when the older one is at daycare, and the younger one actually goes to sleep for a bit.Â It’s hard to plan anything, because you just never know what is going to happen, but sometimes it’s just fun to pretend the sleep will a bit and just get stuck into doing something that it would be impossible to contemplate getting done with a baby underfoot.
This week I had two days where sleep happened.
The first day, I did the tax.Â Well, when I say, “did the tax”, what I actually mean is get all the bits of paper and emails and other nasty things that need to be gathered to complete “the tax”, write a letter to the accountant explaining what I couldn’t find, put it in an envelope and label it “Urgent”.Â Because of course I’ve left it so long that it is now somewhat urgent (oops, sorry).
The second day, I made a pie.Â Yes, a pure escapism from reality PIE.Â Lime marshmallow pie. And totally forgot to take a photo, so all you’ll get is the last-remaining wedge photo from the day after (we had people over people, we didn’t consume the whole thing ourselves – just in case you were wondering).
Lime Marshmallow Pie. Recipe courtesy David Lebovitz’s Ready for Dessert.
Yum.Â Did I say that already.
I know which task I enjoyed more!
Have you baked anything good recently?? What do you do if you kid’s are asleep and you’ve a few minutes to yourself?? What would you LIKE to do?
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