So, The Dog is four months ten days. He’s changing every day. He’s becoming so very big and grown up so very quickly. The Pob keeps saying ‘look mummy he’s got hair’ it’s definitely growing now, blondey but not as white blonde as his brother was. He is leaning forward, wanting to sit, wanting to… Continue reading The Dog’s four monther
Today The Dog is three months old. Officially not a newborn baby. Wow. I miss my newborn baby. Hours are seconds with my boys and time is slipping. But every second I adore them. Even if I’m revoltingly tired. So at three months. The Dog is a super smiler. And chuckles. He’s learning to laugh,… Continue reading 2013 365 13th August ‘no more newborn’ The Dog’s 3 monther
Today was a huge milestone for The Dog. He rolled…and got stuck! He’s been rolling on his side for a week or so but today he made it all the way to his tum only to get stuck and cry so Daddy rolled him back. He’s growing so unbelievably fast. Very proud Mummy!
Today I’m posting a video. The dog today, after a few days of very hard focussing and good awake time, started batting his parrot. Waving his arms up to move it. He was looking at it for so long, then waving his arms at it and marvelling at it moving.clever clogs slender baby.
The pob is very nearly 14 months. He is beautiful. And in my opinion the cleverest boy ever. I’m so proud of him. It’s been up and down over the last few weeks with horrific sleep and separation anxiety from me going back to work but it hasn’t stopped him developing in leaps and bounds.… Continue reading 14 months
Since we’ve had the pob, almost a year ago now, life has most definitely changed. Gone are afternoons, evenings, nights down the pub; impromptu cinema trips; shopping trips; lazy Sunday’s, but here instead we have a multitude of things which completely outweigh any of those. Everyday with the pob is my favourite day. Every morning… Continue reading Life with a pob
The pob is a standing man, he’s building his confidence and really coasting now. He will stand for a few mins before realising and is then scared! Here he is: He’s a standing man