I’m just trying to catch up with all the pictures that we’ve got! Little K is getting so fun! She chats non-stop and has started copying me sticking out my tongue and making noises. It’s unbelievable. For some reason, I never expected the day to come where she could interact. She now sleeps in her cot fairly easily although she’s still super noisy, so Phil opts for the sofa most of the time. We still don’t have a routine except for at night when she has a bath, gets in her cozy sleeping bag (thanks Lisa & Scott!) and feeds herself to sleep by about 7pm. Yeah! We have an evening again! Phil and I watched our first movie a week and a half ago on the first night we got her down by 7pm. It’s hard to understand how exciting that is until you have a child. And we even get to eat together! It’s a huge accomplishment.
The family at the mall, which is a horrible place that doesn’t feel at all like London. However, we did discover that the food court is an ideal place to eat.
Before haircut brunch
After haircut cuddles
“See, I’m not tired, I swear!”
Serious faces whilst on public transit
Keira and a friend at the pub – we start them early
An attempt at a bottle; however, she hates it, which means that I’ve only ever been away from her for about an hour and a half in her whole life.
She attacks her panda at any given opportunity. We’re still uncertain whether this is safe and have added it to the list of things to worry about.
Yes – we brunch a lot! This is Valentine’s Day.
The dad’s and their babes. I may have started a social experiment by handing Keira to Phil and encouraging the other moms to do the same. It was quite hilarious. Notice Keira is the only one not happy to just be held – she has to be moving.