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Thursday, 21 January 2010

Mulu raw,social workers,pulling of hair

Well what a few days I have had! I have been looking at lots of lovely blogs that are giving me so much inspiration about trying out new recipes, and trying to eat more healthily and most of all experimenting I guess with food but I hasten to add TOFU it still is sitting in the freezer waiting for me to pluck up the courage to cook it!!!!
I have lots of pictures and have just seen the "add image" icon duh I am so computer slow but also have no idea where the lead is so please be patient-thank you!!I then felt perhaps I should call this something different but Angels are here they are my life they are my family,I didn't know weather to talk about our adoption road but will add updates!
Mulu raw chocolate, wow Mr postie delivered Mr little package today,I opened it without the eagle eyes of my smallest angel as I don't think she would really appreciate it! I ordered the silk and dark,the silk smelt like dark but certainly was so silky and the best non dairy I have ever experienced also the dark was rich and just delicious thank you D.J at skintvegan.blogspot.com I just couldn't resist ordering some:) a treat that will be hidden away in the depths of the pantry:)
Social Workers what can I say you get told something from senior ones and then something else totally different from another!!!We have now been told it will take 5 mths for our little angel to be ours not 1-2 months like we were told!I know 5 months doesn't seem long but she has lived with us for 21 months as a foster child and has been let down by the pen pushers she deserves quicker than 5 months!! She is pushing all boundaries at the moment and has gone back to pulling children' s hair she had stopped it for about 6 months but have had 3 episodes at toddler groups this week,it really upset me on Tuesday and I felt I have let her down somehow!! She just laughs at me when I explain her behaviour is unkind and hurts,it is certainly not learnt behaviour!!
Something totally different now my eldest daughter nearly 16 has a boyfriend,and we plan to go to Wales in Feb to meet him and his family,he does sound lovely,but I fear her education is dipping slightly!!!

13 comments:

Vegan Fox said...

I will have to look into this chocolate :) Thanks for stopping by! Good luck with your beginnings, as well. I look forward to hearing how things turn out with your little one. I hope to adopt some day and it drives me crazy hearing about how difficult they make it for people. Ridiculous!

Inca said...

I thought I worked out the link thing but it didn't work!!!! The bars aren't that big and are 2.99 I think I paid each,they do the different bars,the other has cacao nibs in!Lovely to hear you would like to adopt one day it was something we had never thought about as we had originally gone into fostering and have 4 of our own children:)At end of day the system needs a good shake up these poor children it is them who suffer waiting so long for a forever family.Thank you for popping byx

glutenfreewelshy said...

All the best with your adoption journey; it must be difficult living in this limbo, waiting. xxx

Inca said...

Thank you sweetie,I won't settle until we have signed the dotted line so to speak:)xx

Susie's country cottage said...

Thanks for your visit to my blog and your lovely comment. You have a really interesting blog so I hope you manage to carry on with it.
Susie

Louise Howe said...

Thank you for visiting and leaving such lovely messages. Wow haven't you got your hands full!! I too am new to blogging and don't fully understand everything for eg how do you reply to someone? Like this or in your own blog. I see we share the same age and you are a a TA. I am returning to teaching right now. I don't know how you do it though, 5 kids more on the way and 2 doggies. Sally says woof lick by the way. Shes no angel by the way she used to be a bolter and a chewer, ahh the stories I could tell.......

Lucy Caitlin Higham said...

Hello, thank you for visiting my blog and for your birthday wishes! I got 3 books from Leeds. All are fiction: Zero Moment by M.G. Harris, Crocodile tears - Anthony Horowitz and The Dark is Rising sequence by Susan Cooper.
Hope you have a nice week.
Lucy xx

Yiota said...

Hello and thanks for stopping by! Good luck with the adoption! I don't understand all the paperwork involved while a little soul is waiting to find a home.

Twiglet said...

Thanks for lovely comments in our blog shop -Sisters Crafty Creations- and great ideas too. Hope adoption goes well and you eventually overcome the paperwork mountain!

Kitschen Pink said...

Hello! thank-you for stopping by! Visit to see Mr King sounds fantastic! I know a little boy who would love to join you!! t.x

linda said...

HI. thank you for visiting my little blog, and making the lovely comments ,I see apart from your teenagers we have some thing else in common, my elest son is adopted, we adopted him at 9 months ( now 20), and i work part time in a montessori nursery , I will keep visiting your blog and saying hello! best wishes,

Hearthandmade said...

hey! I hope your daughter gets sorted out soon. Im still in the investigation process and have another specialist appointment tomorrow.
I studied A Level photography and I graduated from my degree last may. I would highly recommend it!!
Blog surfing is a great way to get inspiration but my biggest inspiration was my alevel photography teacher.... he taught me how to brainstorm (id been very science orientated before this and never very good with art - i had a good imagination i just couldnt channgel it) after I started brain storming he made me realise there was no limit to what i could do. I ended up hosting my own exhibitions over the next couple of years and trying my hand at many different things.. im just finding a place to settle now so she has a lot to look forward to!!
Good luck to you both
Claire x

Sue Jackson said...

Hi, Becky -

Thanks for stopping by my blog today and commenting.

I think I can help you and your daughter, from what you described.

Please e-mail me (just click on my profile and there's an e-mail link).

Sue
www.livewithcfs.blogspot.com