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Half a year has now passed since T arrived in the world. This. Is. Crazy. Looking back through the months we’re amazed at the milestones he’s conquered. I often see newborns at the baby groups I go to and I can’t believe T was that small, that still, and that quiet! There’s no keeping his
T is now 122 days old. 4 months! I say this every month, but I really don’t know where the time is going. What’s most upsetting is that I’m soon going to be reaching the half way point of my maternity leave! T being two weeks late really cut into a huge chunk of my
With T growing up and chunking out before our eyes, it’s important that the clothes we get him are of good quality not to mention value for money. We know babies grow out of things quickly, so it’s not good value for money if you’re buying 0-3 month jeans at £20! They’re bound to grow
“They’re just a baby”, I said. “They won’t take up much room”, she said. “We won’t need to change a thing for at least a few months until they’re crawling”, we said. How wrong were we. It goes without saying that the second bedroom of our house would of course be their room. Their nursery.
I’m pretty safe to say that T has definitely found his voice. Every morning, it’s no longer frustrated noises or cries that come from his moses basket but coo’s and chitter chatter. Throughout the day, I no longer hear silence but baby rambles being directed at the nearest toy. When I watch him chat I
Around the area that we live are several places we enjoy walking the dog. For years we’ve been coming to these places and whilst there, we chat. A lot. Before T arrived, the chats would primarily be around “when/if we have kids” and what we’d get up to with them. We’d daydream about days