That’s what makes it tough, because you want to be there to reassure her, but you just have to have alone time sometimes.
How does she do with the helpers? When my mother was caring for my grandmother, who didn’t know her and wanted her gone, my grandmother was very difficult to my mother. But she liked the health care workers that came, and she would be cheerful and well behaved for them. That was a huge respite for my mother.
G'day folks,today's post is a change from what has become the norm for me.
This lamb is by far the "prettyist"we have had from the maidens (av age about 15 months).
The other is my first attempt at a real cake baked in our fuel stove.Should get some more cooking done in the next day or so as the weather turns a bit sour.As I write this I notice that one of the boys is showing quite a bit of interest in a few of the girls,could be a new batch of baby's end of Jan?....T.O.R