Monday, 29 September 2014

Making the most of being well

In my last blog I wrote about something exciting that I was about to do... Well I think I can say it now as my aunty has told pretty much all of the family now. I was asked if I'd like to go with my aunty to her baby scan- the one where you find out the sex of the baby. It was amazing! It's unbelievable how detailed the ultrasound is. You could see baby's individual toes, every bone in their spine, even their heart beating! And the most exciting part, finding out the sex. It's a.... GIRL!!!! I'm so happy, on that side of the family we haven't had a girl in 18 YEARS! Since my little sister. It's about time for a bit of pink ;) So a huge congratulations to my uncle Mark, aunty Lorraine and big brothers Jack and Toby xxx

Alex's nan and I went a bit crazy once we found out it was going to be a girl....


This weekend it was my cousin's eldest's 3rd birthday. Little Krillin had a great party with his ride-on tractor and big bouncy castle slide thingy. So nice to see all the family too.

It's nearly October, and for me that only springs to mind one thing. Flu jab. I usually put it off as long as I can, but this year I felt super brave and asked for it as soon as possible just to get it out the way. Lots of people are entitled to it: children, the elderly, people with breathing problems and other illnesses, people who live with or care for anyone in those categories... It's totally worth having it as, yes you will probably still get a cold over winter, but you are much less likely to get the flu, which can be deadly! If you're not in those categories, you can also pay to have a flu jab at a lot of places such as boots. It only costs like £7 I think. Might be worth thinking about, or reminding people who are entitled :)


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