The last days in the UK I didn’t take many photos. Not being a very good photographer I find it hard to take photos when it’s too dark and indoors. So that was part of the reason. I did drag “my” camera with me everywhere though. So unfortunately we didn’t get many photos when Jon’s sister & husband arrived. Here’s a couple after a walk and we stop for a drink at Wetherspoons.
“Hey little Plutt,
tiny little friend.
You look so cute,
in your tiny plutt suit.”
We’re still away in the UK. I’m so pleased Aiden seems happy to be away and doesn’t seem bothered about a slight change in routines for a couple a weeks. He’s warming to the grandparents as well so nicely. Showing off his best sides.
And I’m very pleased his sleeping seems to be “maturing”, getting closer to sleeping “through the night” (= 5-6 hours in one stretch/night). I’m getting very excited about future developments. (making him porridge, food eventually, him sitting.. You know – all that.)
Jon and I were talking on the way back after a walk today that it’s going to be so exciting to see what kind of person he’s going to be. Can’t wait for him to start talking so we can really get to know what’s in that little head. And I also wonder if we’ll think; “You could see he was like that when he was a baby already”.
It’s about now it starts feeling unnecessary that I slept for hours during the day. Had a long power nap with Aiden and it was really cosy though. So I guess it was worth not being able to sleep now.
The wind is blowing really hard outside. There’s a storm in the UK. And I’m wide awake. The only one in this house.
(photos from earlier)
By the way, predictive text on my phone always wants to call Aiden “sidebar”. Speaking of “the sidebar” – sounds like he’s waking up… ?
Oh. And I made our family as Androids the other day.