This has been a massive week for me on a personal level. If you've read this blog before you might have heard me say that I hated Isabelle when she was born. There are so many places that have that headline. I'm obviously not going to list them all. But for a long time I [...]
I've title this "My Week as a Stay-at-Home Dad" but what it really should be called is "My Single Week of Doing All the Stuff That My Wife Has Done for the Past 8 Months But With Added Moaning" but I felt that would be a slightly long winded title.
I like to be as honest as I can when it comes to writing these blogs. At least within reason. Don't get me wrong, if I have a doctors appointment I'm not going to be posting about the details of it here. If you ask, I might let you know, but let's not get too weird.
So this week Isabelle has really taken off with her crawling. The way she is now, you really do have to have eyes in the back of your head. Give her a minute or so and she's crawled across to the baby gate, pulled herself up and holds on. I don't think it will be long before she's trying to walk. Not that either me or Rachel want her to do that any time soon.
To put it lightly, this week has been a rather bizarre one.
It started quite normally, and Tuesday saw us starting to wean Isabelle. Here she is getting her first taste of actual food:
The past week we've taken Isabelle, our four month old baby on holiday around the UK. We basically spent a single night in each place, a total of 6 locations, before returning home. What We Learned from taking a Four Month Old Baby on Holiday I don't want to talk massively about the trip, as [...]
Today started pretty early. By 5:50 I was on the top deck, watching the sunrise and smoking a Cuban cigar. Don't get me wrong, I probably looked a little bit like a dick. A cigar really doesn't suit me. But it's on my bucket list to smoke one, and doing it in that setting seemed like as good a place as any.