Millie is 11 months old now, can you believe how fast the time has gone. She is wonderful and its amazing how fast she can move, shuffling along on her bottom. Clares taking a year out once she's finished her degree this year so she can take some time doing the things with Millie she did with Jess as a baby and toddler. Clares been studying now for five years and during the last three years she started her degree, met and married George, had Millie and moved house. I think she deserves a bit of a break! Anyway here are some up to date pics of Millie moo - as you can probably guess the nickname relates to her personality. She's a gorgeous little madam who throws tantrums when she's not allowed to play with what she wants and screams as if she is being murdered when Clare leaves the room. Oh and as you can probably guess, she loves her food.
Friday, 23 January 2009
Thursday, 28 August 2008
Isn't it fascinating how quickly babies grow and develop. Millie was six months old on Tuesday and I've been looking at all the photos since she was born. She's gone from 8lb 6 oz to 18lb 10 oz, she can roll over, sit up, smile, laugh, say dada, chew her toes and is desperately trying to push herself along with her legs, to reach things when she is laid on her tummy. She is so interested and happy and soaks up everything around her. Jess is totally besotted with her and loves it now Milly can sit (although she does still wobble over occasionally - hence the cushions) on the floor and play.
to this, in just six months!
Monday, 25 August 2008
Wednesday, 2 July 2008
I absolutely loved the experience of being so close to a wild fox, although as I said to Allan, I do have some doubts about encouraging it to be so friendly. I would hate it to get hurt or killed because it approached the wrong person.
Sunday, 29 June 2008
Durdle door - This was beautiful but I needed oxygen by the time I got back up to the car park at the top of the hill
Boscombe Beach, Bournemouth
I took loads of photos, so have decided to do a Dorset scrapbook of some sort to make sure they don't just sit on my computer for the next 20 years.