It might sound strange but I am SO falling for our little man. I loved him from the moment I knew he was in my belly but as he grows and changes and becomes his own little man I love him more and more each day.
I want to spend time with him so much, I look at him and my heart just melts, I worry about him at any hint of mishap or illness (we nearly went to the emergency doctors AGAIN last night with a rash than an hour later had disappeared), I miss him when I go anywhere without him, I love his laugh and the games he likes to play. It's all a bit scary. Most of all I am full to bursting with love and happiness for this wonderful child (that's not to say he can't be 'wilful' as we are seeing all this too but that's another story).
Anyone who knows me knows I'm a MASSIVE 'Fraiser' fan. I watch it almost every day as I fall asleep (I met Kelsey Grammer in NYC and almost peed my pants!). In one episode Fraiser reassures a worried mum-to-be Roz... "I'm going to tell you something that I didn't learn until I became a father. You don't just love your children. You fall in love with them."
I have found this to be true.
Tuesday, 23 April 2013
Sunday, 21 April 2013
'The Light Show' and it's on until the 6th May so there's still time if you fancy a look! Some tickets are available on the day an we got some without too much trouble !They have an exhibition called
Wednesday, 17 April 2013
Saturday, 13 April 2013
Having a 10 month old baby has so far meant constantly finding new ways of doing things.
When Jacob was first born I used to get up, dressed and made up for the day before he woke up then go back to bed so that when he woke I would be ready to go! MADNESS and luckily this only went on for a couple of weeks before I realised how crazy it was (not to mention unnecessary).
The way I get things done has changed so much..
· (tiny baby) When he was tiny he would sleep in his moses basket while I did things or play on his mat. I could get dressed while he lay on our bed.
|My gorgeous boy with me at work|