One of my favourite parts of Father’s Day is the kids shirts that the department stores bring out each year. Yes, I admit I am one of *those* parents who buys cutesy shirts with cutesy phrases about how awesome Dad or Mum is. Mr 7 has 3 or 4 of them at the moment. Although as he has gotten older they have moved away from from cutesy phrases and into the superheroes.
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A colouring in book is a staple of everyone’s childhood. I’m sure we all have memories of time spent filling pages with rainbows of colour. We all had our own ways of colouring. Some spent extra time making sure every spot was filled. While others scribbled as fast as they could.
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How my mental health affects Mr 6 is something that plays on my mind a lot. He does take on a lot for a child. I don’t burden him with exactly what is going on, but he does know when Mummy isn’t feeling well. My mum has depression wasn’t something that was said out loud.
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