My precious niece playing with playdough. Even little people are amazing.
You know you have amazing kids when they let you have a cry on their shoulder and make you a cup of tea. And then steer clear of you.
And when your children organise themselves to supervise the inexperienced one when baking, which is required for homework, and leave you out of it, you know you've got amazing kids.
And when they forgive your unreasonable outbursts quickly and seek to comfort you as their response....yep, they're amazing kids.
I had a little meltdown yesterday as a result of pretty severe study stress. That semiotic assignment I offered up to anyone interested (and no one took up!!!) has come back to bite. Now it's a unit of work "showcasing what you have learned". Uh oh. Fortunately for me the unit coordinator has taken pity on us and provided an example of what the assignment would look like if she were required to do it. She had fun. I am not! But I am managing to get through it little by little with more hope than I had last week! For the first time I am thinking perhaps a mere pass would be quite sufficient. Miraculous even.
And for light relief Miss Sunshine and I have undertaken online IQ tests. She's looked at them because she's doing Psychology at school this year. Guess what? I'm smarter than her. YES!!!! According to the test I took I'm pretty smart. I'm not going to try any others, I like the result from that one. On weeks like this one a girl needs to reminded that she's no dill.