Emily Andrea left emotional at son Theo starting school as she doesn’t think he’s ready
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Emily Andrea admits she's emotional as her son Theo, four, gears up to start school.
Opening up in her column with OK! Magazine, the doctor revealed her fears that her youngest son is not ready.
She explained: "Theo is starting school in September so my biggest hope is that he enjoys it. It’s going to be a big deal for me, and with him only doing nine hours a week at nursery at the moment, it’s going to feel like a bit of a jump."
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She added: "He started nursery last year which was very emotional. I felt it more than when I took Millie because I still had Theo at home then, whereas in September I’ll have an empty nest!
"He’s still my little baby and I don’t want to let him go, but I have to! To me I still don’t feel like he’s quite ready to start school. He probably is and it’s just me feeling that way, but Millie seemed so grown up and ready to go. I still see Theo as the baby of the family and I think I always will."
Emily also opened up about her hopes for 2021, admitting she would like to strike a better work/life balance with husband Peter Andre and their kids Theo and daughter Amelia, six.
She said: "Last year really was a year for reflecting and evaluating what you find important in life.
"Going forward, I want to focus on our work-life balance, as 2020 made me realise how nice it was having Pete around more. Family relationships really are everything and the most important thing you have in your life.
It was hard for her husband Peter to not be able to see his beloved parents in Australia in 2020 and Emily insists that quality time with loved ones will be top of their list once the restrictions are lifted.
"This year I hope to spend more time with my family and extended family, including Pete’s.
"It was hard for him not to see his parents last year, so we’re really desperate to get out to Australia and see them if we can.
Emily added that she also struggled to be without her family, who she has a strong bond with.
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"There were also times last year I didn’t see my parents and brothers for months like many others, so spending more time with them will also be top of my list."
She added: "My new year’s resolution is to appreciate mine and my family’s health, be grateful for what I have and not take anything for granted.
"I feel so lucky that we have all been well over the last year, especially as lots of my family have also been working on the frontline."
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