Late Post: Mummy Monday

So I had a terrible case of baby brain yesterday and totally forgot to post.

Anyway, in my last post I explained that I had a new blogging plan. I wanted to do posts that I would post every week regardless of whether I posted for the rest of the week or not. First up being Mummy Monday! A small part of why I wanted a blog was to give me something a bit more grown up than baby talk and to help take my mind away from my PPD. 

However, as the months with my son keep disappearing I am realising more and more that I need to be talking about the things that make me feel sad, no matter how small. For example, I have had a bit of a weepy moment this evening when I thought about how it is my sons last Baby Sensory lesson next week and I don't think I will be able to be there to see it. He has absolutley loved his time at Baby Sensory and our group leader, Helen, is fab. I couldn't have wished for a better leader. So, even though she probably won't read this, thank you Helen. You have been truly incredible. You have the patience of a saint and have understood when I have had my down times. So thank you for having us and hopefully a Toddler Sense class can open up and I can bring him to that as I know he will love it.

Do you have any children? How old are they? Did/do they go to any groups like Baby Sensory?