Little Santa was having a having a whale of a time playing dressing up.
Roll on Christmas Day.
Monday is swimming day and aren’t we excited about it.
Isabel has discovered the joys of food.
It got a bit dicey at one point but she was happy at the end of the meal perched in her new high chair.
And on Saturday we had the work Christmas Party and had a go in a hectic cup and saucer ride …
8.3kg and 70cm long – we like our food. Veggies and baby rice washed down with a little milk.
Last weekend Isabel went to check out the make-believe character who she will probably believe in for a few years. No, she hasn’t been christened – she went to see Santa.
Shocking wins Melbourne Cup on Izzy’s 5th birthday (in months)
Our little sexy-legs is growing out of the bouncer. Even weighing down the back doesn’t work.
And the olds are over for a hugfest.
Our cheeky monkey is now doing the following:
Chewing things at every opportunity
A nice long walk to Balmoral Beach in gale force winds but at least the red haze has gone – the only reminders are the queues at the car wash places.
Next week she’ll be back out with her boyfriends. I think they may be a bad influence …
This week we had the “Big Duststorm”. 5 million tonnes of dust were blown from the middle of the country to the coast and even as far as New Zealand. Asthmatics were keeling over at every street corner.
We also celebrated a birthday this week. I’m now 1 year off 40! and next year it’ll be 2 years! The three of us had a Thai at Kirribilli and we all behaved ourselves.