Sunday Post #490 Hello Fall

September 19th, 2021 Kimberly Sunday Post 42 Comments

19th Sep
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Poor Clayton is still suffering from tummy trouble and we are waiting for an appointment with a specialist. We had to keep him hone from pre-school on Friday because he was in too much pain. I hate seeing him like this. Hazel had her nine-month appointment and is growing wonderfully. She is cruising along furniture, clapping and dancing. Sophia is loving first grade and reading, although math is her favorite subject. I am exhausted. The Royals and their mommy moved in for a few weeks as the move in for their new place was delayed until October 7th. Elbow hugs! Stay Caffeinated.

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42 Responses to “Sunday Post #490 Hello Fall”

  1. Katherine

    Oh I’m so sorry to hear about Clayton’s tummy troubles. I hope the specialist is able to help and soon. Glad Hazel and Sophia are doing so well! I hope you are getting lots of rest and enjoying your books! The Paris Bookseller looks great! Hope you are having a wonderful week!

  2. vidya

    The Paris Bookseller is on my to-read wishlist.. and I hope I can get to it soon..
    Hoping Clayton feels better soon.. it is always to tough to see the little ones in pain..:(
    Elbow hugs ..

  3. MarthaE

    I hope Clayton feels better soon.
    Sounds like a very busy time for you. Sometimes it is hard to read with so much going on.
    I hope you enjoy all the reading you can.

  4. Jinjer

    Oh poor little Clayton! Hope the specialist can bring him some relief. 🙁 Sounds like the other two are doing great tho!

  5. Wendy Williams

    I’m so sorry Clayton is still not feeling well. It’s so tough when we have to witness our little ones not feeling well. I hope he feels much better soon.

  6. Rachel

    Poor Clayton! I hope they figure out what’s wrong and solve it soon! It’s hard to watch a child in pain.

    I’m excited for The Man Who Died Twice! I loved the first book so much!

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  7. Lori Caswell

    Our son and his family have moved in with us too. There is a huge housing shortage here and their new place won’t be ready until the end of October so I know exactly what you mean by exhausted, lol.

    Hope you have a great week and Clayton feels better soon.

  8. Sophie

    Having people in your house even if it’s family is exhausting Kimberly! I hope the specialist finds what’s ailing Clayton and will be able to help him!

  9. Lisa Mandina

    Hope Clayton gets to feeling better! Poor guy. Hopefully you get to keep enjoying the Royals while they are there. Got to make the best out of those kind of situations, right? Have a great week!

  10. Louise Hallett

    As a math teacher Sophia has made my day! I hope Clayton is better soon too.
    I love watching Richard Osman on Pointless, his humour is a perfect fit for me so I must check out his fictional writing as I’m sure I would enjoy it. Have a great week and happy reading!

  11. Lola

    Sorry to hear that Clayton is in pain. Hopefully they can figure out what’s causing the pain soon. Glad to hear Hazel is doing well and that Sophia is enjoying first grade. I hope you’ll have a great week!

  12. jessicabookworm

    Aw I am sorry to hear poor little Clayton is still feeling so unwell – I pray he will be able to see a specialist and get better soon. ? I also spy an audio copy of The Man Who Died Twice – I got an e-copy of it which I am super excited to dive into, after loving The Thursday Murder Club. ?Take care and happy reading! ?

  13. Juli @ A Universe in Words

    Poor Clayton, I hope he feels better quickly! I’ve heard great things about Richard Osman’s books and always adore him on TV, maybe I should actually get on to reading them. Thanks for hosting and have a lovely weekend!
    Juli @ A Universe in Words

  14. Lover of Romance

    oh no, that is so sad, the poor little tyke. Keeping you all in my prayers this week Kimberly. Hope you have a great week. Love seeing that Lori Foster to your new additions shelf.

  15. Greg

    Hope everyone is well. Especially Clayton- that’s gotta be tough, poor guy! Sending some best wishes and prayers his way. And hope you have a nice weekend…

    I love the look of The PAris Bookseller. Yay for fraterfest! And HoHo!