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Sarah, are you ready for Matilda to join you in the shower? I have to get breakfast organised.
6am: Good morning Matilda! You look a lot better now, let's get you ready for child care!
Ok, no problem.
7am: Sarah, I'm off, I'll be late home tonight. Have a good day, love you...
Alright, Matilda, you're fed, your bag's packed, I've got to get to this meeting, running sooo late. Let's go!
8.30am: Hi Sarah, hello Matilda, welcome back. How is she today?
Hi Mrs Jansen, she's better now. She had an inflammatory reaction to egg last night, so please add this to her allergy record. I'll be back at 12 to collect her, is that ok?
I'll be sure to record her allergy, glad she's ok. Picking her up at 12 is ok, but please know we cannot adjust your invoice because of early collection.
Oh, yes, that's right. A shame, but I understand. I guess you need a set income. I'll see you at 12.
9am: New client meeting.
12.30pm: After picking up Matilda from child care, Sarah goes home. Sarah attempts to clean the house and pay bills online but isn't able to finish everything because Matilda is at crawling stage and is getting into everything. Additionally, she's learning to stand and constantly falls down on their hard wood floorboards, occasionally hurting herself, making her cry and require immediate attention. Sarah also wants to put together a proposal for her new client and prepare the quote for fees but cannot concentrate enough on the task due to Matilda requiring a lot of attention. 4pm: Tom calls to say he will work back late so Sarah needs to prepare the nightly routine alone.
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