Since it's Mother's Day, and this is in fact our first Mother's Day as this little family, I thought I'd write a post about the most important mother in my life, and that's my wife. The Mother of Our Daughter No matter what happens from here on out, Rachel and I will always be connected. [...]
Well for the first time in Isabelle's nine months of being alive, she's been ill. Ok, she'd had the odd cold before, but this time she was actually ill. Well, not massively ill. But Tuesday night, after a few hours of us not thinking she was 'quite right' she opted to throw up all over me. Don't worry, in true modern day it's-all-about-equality fashion, she also threw up on Rachel. No one can ever say she isn't about gender equality.
As you may already know with this blog, I like to keep things honest. So I'm going to start things off by saying this week started with me struggling. This isn't the first time since considering myself clear of postnatal depression that I've struggled, and I know that it won't be the last. Depression is [...]
I have no idea what leap six is, but apparently Isabelle is currently going through it. Rachel really likes to use this thing called The Wonders Weeks. It's not something I've really looked at too much, and it does cost you £1.99, but thus far it has been a very valuable tool in predicting when Isabelle will be going through leaps. And as such, a lot of her normal patterns, especially the night ones, will be disrupted.
On the off chance you don't live in the UK, or own a window for that matter, which would be rather strange, then you might have missed the fact that it's snowed quite a lot this weekend. Well, by a lot, I of course mean by UK standards. If this was Northern Norway it would look like a standard spring morning.