Well 6 sheds lived thank goodness for Sir L who is a great DIY chappie. Thank you for all of your kind comments.
Onto todays subject......I very bravely volunteered to be a Kindergarten coach for soccer this season thinking as I work with young children it should not be too difficult!
Boy was I wrong! I was a physical wreck after 45 mins and had to go home for a large glass of Pinot Grigio!
It does not help that my number 3 was on my team. He is strong willed and will do anything to get my attention!
At one stage he was running around the pitch with a ball up his t-shirt, this instantly became popular with the other boys & before I knew it they were "fat belly fighting!
Then he pinched a little girls bottom & she refused to play, so he had to sit out for a few minutes. Of course after that he would not come and join in.
Followed by the kids that after 2 mins they were done and wanted to pick grass.
I have never felt so drained of patience and energy.
Do not get me wrong there were some cute and funny moments too.
"What do you like the best about soccer?" I asked.
"I like dance", "I like swimming" and "I like candy." Now you can see what I am dealing with?
Over all it was fun and hopefully number 3 will behave as there is nothing more embarrassing than your own child being naughty in front of all the other parents!
For anyone who has never coached & wants to loose a little weight quickly I highly recommend it!