For the longest time I’ve been wanting to make an “a day in the life of…” video but it never seemed like a good time to do it. Now that Ean is in daycare for a few hours I find myself having a breather and actually being able to think creatively. So I finally made the video. It’s a general average day to give a little glimpse for curious parents to be or simply for your amusement.
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When I made that short video about toddlercise, it got a writeup on lovinmalta.com and got a larger exposure than usual which lead to a TV host asking me for an interview on live TV, nerve wrecking! Said and done, and you can see the interview along with plenty of cringing and random comments from me as I see it for the first time.
No no, not us, but everyone around us are throwing themselves into their second pregnancy left and right. Ana put it quite nicely when she said “When I’ve slept 8 hours per night for 1 week, I’m ready to have another child”.
Personally I’m way too focused on Ean to even consider the idea of another kid. I don’t want anything to distract me from this mission of guiding him closely over the first years of his life. From birth to the age of 3, there is an insane amount of transformation and I don’t want to miss a second of it.
I’ve asked some of my friends who made this decision to have a child so close after the first one and they say the same, either that they just want to pop out the amount of kids they wished and be done with it, or they simply want the kids to be similar age.
Personally I strongly disagree with that. If we look past my obsession for details and wanting to dissect every moment and experience with Ean before anything else, it’s still an issue that is larger than just having age compatible kids.…
Yesterday we finished the 2 weeks settling period for Ean at the new daycare. It was one hell of a ride, full of discussion, arguments and adaptation. Halfway into the first week I stopped their method because nobody knows my son like I know him (I mean, obviously 12 hours a day together since birth will do that to you). I asked them to trust me and they reluctantly did, with very good results. Within 2 days of applying my anchor method, he was well on his way to a cry-free experience.