It’s March and it has hit hard. Last week I didn’t sleep at all to be honest, and then went down with a horrible viral thing, that I just could not shake. It’s strange how your body deals with grief
Sitting at dinner, Boo looks at Baba and says; “Baba you’re the best brother in the world you are” Precious moments. A snippet of their day. One snippet to remember forever.
I love school holidays, it’s a time when the boys just have time to be free. There are no restrictions, no rules about bedtime, where they have to be, what they have to do, or what they have to wear.
Me: “Boo go and wake up Baba as he has to go to school” Boo walks into their room and climbs on Baba’s bed “Baba got go to school mate, got go school mate”
Baba has always been a play doh lover, but we haven’t really every used it with Boo. Mainly because he puts everything in his mouth. As he has got older he has got better with putting things in his mouth, but
Today we went shopping, nothing different there. While we were shopping, we booked a photography session, they were advertising an offer and Mr L mentioned that we have never had a professional, in a studio, photography session with Boo. We
In the last month or so Baba and Boo’s relationship has developed so much. Boo is doing more, which makes him a little bit more exciting for Baba, and Boo finds Baba much more exciting. There is lots of laughter
Father’s Day is an odd one when you have lost a child. You have to make it a good day for your remaining children, but not forget the ones missing. It contradicts itself. It pulls you in two different directions.
I could have written about a few moments that mattered in 2013, like Baba’s birthday, or starting school or even leaving preschool. However 2013 can all be summed up in one moment, a moment that we never thought we would