Oops this post is so late! But I really want to document the whole first year of us as a family of three so I’m going to post it anyway.
6 months. 26 weeks. Half a year. 182 days. How?!? Just how did that happen?
Teddy is 5 months old! He is so smiley and happy and alert. He always wants to interact and engage with people and is very sociable and chatty.
Its surprising the things you don’t appreciate until they’re gone and during these renovations there have been a lot of things I’ve realised I used to take for granted until they were taken away! A modern kitchen, carpet and a builder-free house are some obvious ones but there are some more unexpected and surprising things… Continue reading 3 Unexpected Things I’m Looking Forward to After the Renovations
On the first couple of nights Teddy was home he would not be put down alllll night. He was far too happy sleeping on me, but that meant me sitting up all night watching Coronation Street and eating Quality Street! As much fun as that was, I needed some sleep, so went about researching the… Continue reading 5 Tips For a Successful Sleepy Transfer
The short answer is yes! You can have a baby and a Fiat 500. When my beloved little green Peugeot finally gave in three years ago and I was forced to buy a new car I was determined that only a black Fiat 500 would cheer me up! Tom warned me that a 3 door… Continue reading A Baby and a Fiat 500: Can it be Done?
This month’s photos were taken at my Gran’s 90th Birthday party on what happened to be Teddy’s first sunny weekend! It was so nice to celebrate with family and get out in the sunshine.
I thought it was about time I updated on our new kitchen, you remember, the 6-week renovation project that started early January? Well after lots of weather related delays and the usual case of things taking a lot longer than planned the main building work is finally finished!
Who is this big baby and what have they done with my tiny newborn?!? Teddy is so alert and aware now, he watches everything you do and is so interested. He’s super smiley and chatty and has started to notice other babies and to interact with them too.
This month’s photo was taken in Norfolk on Teddy’s first visit to his Nana and Grandad’s house where he met the rest of his cousins. I think it’s my favourite so far as you can actually see Teddy’s face! Although I think we do need to get a bit more creative with our backgrounds!