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A little bit about my week!

Here goes....

I had spent the day dancing and playing with Tillie as usual, I had put her favourite programme on - Fun song Factory, we have to watch it on YouTube as that is the only place I can find it now, it was first shown in 1994, it is full of nursery rhymes and action songs with Dave Benson-Phillips - absolutely must see for any parent and child! Sorry where was i? (As you will notice I get easily distracted!) We were busy dancing to the Hokey Cokey, the song had just finished and she sat in her lovely pink sofa chair that her Nanna had bought her, she got slightly excited about the next song and poked me straight in the eye. I am quite dramatic but this really did hurt - I couldn't open my eye and after about half an hour later it was getting worse it was not swollen and really red.
Tillie goes to her Nanna's house for two hours a week, that is the only time I can be apart from her as we just have far too much fun! My Partner Nick and I went into town to buy Tillie a Chad Valley Campervan tent  (which I will review soon!) I really couldn't see very well and it was extremely sore! So being a brave mummy I carried on but by the time I had put Tillie to bed my eye was really really sore which resulted in my sister having to take me up to A&E to find out that Tillie had scratched my Cornea and I needed antibiotic drops - the hospital staff found it highly amusing when I told them what had happened.


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