yerp im another pregnancy brainer HERE!
It was terrible when I first got pregnant and I was still teaching my year 12s, getting them ready for their uni entrance exams! The simplest of words would NOT go into my brain.
Now Im back to work next week- how am I going to go teaching again?!?!?!?!
My pregnancy brain story. Ok it might be a bit long.
When we went to the UK, I had a copy of the house key so when we got home at the end, in the taxi at 1am, we could get into the house. I told Simon- I HAVE THE KEY.
When we got into Paris, I realised that I had all this aussie coins so I put the key in an envelope with all the coins and told Simon that is where it was.
Now in the 5 or so hotels and houses we stayed in, I cant remember where I used to put it, but we always cleaned the rooms totally so I knew it was somewhere in the luggage.
Anyway the LAST MORNING before we flew back to Perth, we were downstairs in our Singapore hotel, the bags are PACKED and we are about to get into the taxi and dumb blonde HERE says to Simon- have you got the key?
He gives me this look like.... "you are f***en joking" and says- NO YOU HAVE IT! And im like, no i dont, i havnt seen it since Paris. And he said, well its proberly in the top bit of the luggage.
SO.. in the lobby of the hotel we open ALL OUR bags and we search and search for 30 minutes for this DAMN KEY. And hes getting more and more frustrated at me and I start crying. Finally the bags are put back together (all the nice packing was GONE at this stage) and I looked into my handbag.....
and there was the key...
i must have put it there when we packed.. but I DO NOT REMEMBER!
And still two weeks later when something goes missing in the house, he says "must be in the same place as the key".
DAMN BRAIN DAMN BRAIN!!
I still like to blame him for that one. (dont ask me HOW i can blame him but im pregnant and im unreasonable!)..... teeheee!!