31 Dec 2010
in Home Life
Tags: 2010, 2011, Baba, Babies, Children, Death, Eyes, Family, Fat, Friends, Fun Times, Hypermobility, Laughter, Loss, Mr L, New Year, Operations, Resolutions, Sadness, Shoulders, Weddings, Weight
It has been a strange year, one that has sometimes flowed and one that has sometimes been incredibly hard but one that has been filled with excitement and joy.
It started so well and we were looking for new things for 2010 these were quickly dashed when Baba went down hill and was very poorly for a good month or so. We spent numerous days in hospital, all in a month-long period. He had another convulsion, he had his first rigor. He had tonsilitis, sickness, ear infection, throat infection, and croup. We were given penicillin, he was allergic, a nebulizer, and antibiotics all to be told that he had tonsilitis for a whole month. We saw the ambulance men more in the month of february to march than ever before. It was tiring, stressful, scary and a really hard work. But more than anyone hard work for little Baba. He fought a lot in that month, but came out the other side! More
12 Aug 2010
in Children, Home Life
Tags: Baba, Beach, Fun, Laughter, Play, Sand, Water
Baba hasn’t been to the beach much, I know shocking as we live so near it. He walks along the promenades but doesn’t go onto the actual beach. Today that changed.
We went to the beach with my sister, her two children and my mum and Baba had a ball. After he first tentatively walked on the beach we couldn’t get him off it. He was in the water, on the body board, playing with the sand, running and having a great time. I think the beach is a place we need to visit more often. It is a place that we can all go including Tito and we can all just be with no worries and stresses about what we are doing. A place that we can all escape to and have fun. More
16 Jun 2010
in The Gallery
Tags: Baba, Joy, Laughter, Motherhood, Mr L, Photography
This week over at The Gallery the theme is Motherhood.
Now I admit I struggled with this one, as motherhood means so many things to me. I firstly thought about a picture of Baba and I when he was first born and then I thought about a picture of Baba and I together some when else but none of these mean motherhood too me. It was really hard as I just couldn’t find the right picture, but I did in the end.
But first what is motherhood to me. More