The rest of September was filled with the usual kind of stuff...
Harry's swimming lessons every Monday after school, a hair cut for me, and requesting Lucy's first ever prescription, for more blood glucose test strips, needles, insulin etc.
From Saturday 15th September to Sunday 16th, we had Liz Knight's youngest two boys, Julian and Alastar, come to stay, while Liz was taking her eldest son Ben to University in Scotland. Harry and Julian played happily in the garden on Saturday, then Julian and Alastar shared Harry and Tom's bunk beds, while Harry slept on a mattress on Lucy's floor, and Tom on Jack's.
Jack got a very good report - Miss Mash says he is very bright and confident, and will do well.
I also had Stake Council meeting, A Stake Youth Fireside (after which President Hirst gave me a blessing because I wasn't feeling great), Visiting Teaching, a Youth choir practice, Milton Keynes Ward Conference, and Scott's Mum and Dad came to visit on Saturday 29th.
On Tuesday 2nd October, Harry started going to Beaver Scouts, at the local village hall. The other Beavers are mainly from Harry's class at school!
Lucy had her first flu jab on 3rd October - something very much encouraged now that she has Diabetes. I though it was quite funny how nervous she was about being injected, considering she now injects herself a few times every day!