Sunday, 16 September 2018

The Sibling Project | September 2018

 It's hard to believe we are now halfway through September, but it's scary to think that Lexie-Anna is now halfway through her first month of her first year at Primary School. Lacey-Beth is now in Year Three, and will turn seven next month. And in literally a few short weeks, Christmas will be here. This year, sure is going by in a blink. 

We've been having a sort of rough September. I'm not sure if it's tiredness due to school starting back, but it's been pretty hectic around here. 
Lacey-Beth has been throwing some massive strops, sometimes I swear i'm already raising a teenager instead of a six year old. There isn't a day goes by that we don't have a meltdown on our hands, sometimes over the silliest of things too, like the seams of her socks touching her toes and irritating her.. Do seamless socks even exist??  if so, where can I buy a pair? or five. 
On the other hand, I don't want to paint her out to be this big bad wolf, that is six going on on sixteen with a serious attitude problem, because whilst she may be like that, there still is a huge part of her can be that angelic little girl she once was - I know that girlie is still somewhere deep inside, we just need to encourage her to bring that side of her out more! 

David has also stopped working night shift this last few weeks, and is now working day shifts - which we are finding rather difficult adjusting to atm. 
He starts at 7am, and due to the travel he has to do, he needs to wake between 4 and 5am to get ready and set off to be there on time. So by the time he gets home, he gets a wash, has his tea, and pretty much crashes to sleep. 
The girls and I have barely spent any time with him this month, and it is starting to take it's toll. 
With night shift, he started at 11pm and finished at 7am - so he would have slept when the girls were at school, then got up, and we'd of spent the day together as a family. 
But yeah.. i'm rambling on now when this post - Is technically all about the girls as sisters. 

Well - they still have their moments together, they fight, make up, and play, as all or most sisters do. 

Lacey-Beth is loving:

Playing on her go-kart and pretending she's driving a real car

Getting out to play with her friends

Returning to Dance, and receiving her new dance exam leotard

Squishies and LOL Surprise Dolls 

Lexie-Anna is loving:

Making new friends in school 

Sequin Pets and LOL Surprise Dolls

Playing her her best friends 

The Haschak Sisters 
The Siblings Project - Dear Beautiful

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