"Honey, it is all your fault!", I said.
Staff at the hospital warned Michael while I was in labour to just agree and not to argue. Ah...Old times...Just kidding!
So it has been 4 years already. And our love just keeps growing stronger by the day. I don't think of spending a minute away from my husband. It is too bad that he has to leave every morning to go to work. Would it not be nicer if he called in sick everyday and stayed home to spend time with the girls? Hmm...
What's on the menu, you ask? Well no fancy cocktail dinner, just changing diapers and curling up on the couch with a DVD and a great big hug from my sweet heart.
What have we been up to? Well between travelling, exploring other countries and waiting for our flat to finish (which is far from it!), we decided to be parents. Let me tell you, what an experience! I would recommend it to anyone. Of course, you have bad days and good days like everything else in this world, but the sleepless nights are about to end...Well I hope so. We all slept from 21:00 until 6:00 last night. I feel like a new human being.
Skye is teething but she is so quiet about it. She is learning how to scream and sing all by herself. She realised that she can control her voice so it sounds like a cat fight and it is hilarious. We are still following our routine which is going to the gym where mummy exercises and baby has her morning nap by the pool. She laughs out loud and is always in a good mood as long as she gets enough sleep. "Don't mess with my sleep" she says! She can also grab things and kick quite high, enough to lift her bum off the ground. It is quite hot to venture outdoors but it is alright by the time winter is here she will be able to enjoy a good day on the beach or at the park!
I found a mother and baby group and I cannot wait to meet them this Thursday. Will tell all about it next time.