3/18/2017

Project 365 - Week 11/52


12th March - 18th March


12th March 2017


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15th March 2017


16th March 2017


17th March 2017


18th March 2017

Another week has been and gone, the second week since our baby girls arrival. It's absolutely flown which is always the case when you have a child but it seems to go even faster when you add another to the mix. Nick enjoyed his second week of paternity leave and he's been a great support as ever, getting up at the crack of dawn with Noah so I can have a few extra hours in bed after tacking all the night feeds. That's the only down side to breastfeeding, he can't help out in that area! Not until I express, which I'm in no rush to do at the moment. Noah has been adjusting very well to having a baby sister around the house and I bet he already can't imagine what it was like without her, I know that we can't. This week Ava was registered and is now her own little person. She was registered in the same building, in the same room and even in the same car seat as Noah so I had serious deja vu! Last night we even tackled a meal out with all the family for my nephews birthday. I was a little apprehensive about going as the baby is still so young and with her being breastfed but I went and I'm so glad we did, both children were good as gold. Noah also had nursery as usual this week and because Daddy was home he didn't really want to go, the monkey! We went out for tea and cake and for a nice walk as a family for the first time this week too, which was really lovely. I'm so excited to start doing things as a family as four as the weather gets nicer and as Ava gets older. I feel like we are all settling really well into our new family dynamic now and I'm loving every minute.

What have you been up to this week?


8 comments:

  1. Looks like you had a nice busy week...I struggled going from 1 to 2 young children but I was lucky because Lilly (2nd child) was so laid back. She had to be because Daniel (first child) needed all of my attention! I then found it hard going to 3 young children because I just didn't have enough hands to do everything!!!

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  2. Had been busy preparing for family to attend my brother's funeral. Realising how we all have different experiences and memories of him. Nice to remember him in his younger years when he was healthy ( he had been ill for a decade or more). Nice when family and friends are supportive of each other. Luckily I have a fiancé who is kind and supportive. Big impact for my Mum, she dearly loves her boy and knows she will miss him. They had both become housebound due to illness last few months, though kept in contact by phone. A time of readjustment.

    Attend some local Community meetings. Interesting and informative in regards to preparing for future changes. As well as being able to share thoughts and opinions in regards to how to shape services etc for the future of the Community. Enlightening.

    Rachel Craig

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  3. Looks like a very special week :) xxx

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  4. She's adorable, lovely name too. Glad you managed to get out for the meal, those early days are hard to judge aren't they #365

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  5. Looks like a nice time may have been had by all at your Nephew's Birthday Celebration. We have a night out for a meal this week for my fiance's Nephew's wife. Looking forward to it. Need to decide on what to wear etc. Also looking forward to meeting up with the family again.

    Rachel Craig

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  6. Ava is pretty in pink.

    Rachel Craig

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  7. Ava is a Bonny Girl!

    Rachel Craig

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  8. Nice Birthday Celebration including the various Generations within the family.

    Rachel Craig

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