Television favourite Stacey Solomon has shared a look into getting herself back into the school routine.
Today is the first day that schools in England and Wales return to work amid the Covid-19 pandemic after the summer holidays.
Stacey wrote over a picture of a cup of tea and Autumnal leaves: “I can’t believe it’s the first of September already. So I got my autumn craft leaves out for no reason what so ever other than to take this picture.”
The mum-of-three then discussed her youngest son Rex – nicknamed ‘Pickle’ – falling ill yesterday.
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She wrote: “How are you this morning? The pickle is up and he’s soooo much better than yesterday.
“He’s still got a snotty nose but he’s smiling, not warm anymore, playing with his box and running around again.
“Yesterday he was so sleepy and we didn’t get any smiles.”
Stacey then focused on sending her eldest two boys, Leighton and Zachary, back to school.
“Today I’m going to check my school lists a thousand times, make sure I’ve got everything and be with the boys as much as I can before they’re back in the school routine.”
Her eldest sons are from two previous relationships, while little Rex is from her relationship with partner Joe Swash.
She then finished with an address to her followers to show she’s thinking of everyone else too in this strange time.
Stacey added: “I hope you’re all ok… whatever you’re doing today don’t forget how amazing you are, even if you don’t feel it. You are loved, you are needed and you are enough!”
In a further post, Stacey shared a shot of her having ironed the boys’ school uniforms.
She captioned the image: “My morning so far… [laughing emoji]
“Half way there [praying emoji] I HATE ironing!
“I’m only doing their shirts but bring on the winter because as soon as it gets cold they’re wearing jumpers over the top and bye bye ironing [laughing emoji]”.
We could all do with less ironing!
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