Category Archives: Dad
Mersina’s dad had his birthday a little over a week ago and she helped him celebrate with lunch on the Glassboat. His parenting is a little more liberal than mine and he was happy to chase around as she managed … Continue reading
Mersina has her 8-12 developmental check-up next week and there is a check list of appropriate age related things she is able or likes to do: Likes to watch what is going on around them Sits without support Weight bears … Continue reading
For a couple of months, no matter what I sang to Mersina, would turn into the Yabba Dabba-tastic, theme tune of the Flintstones. I’m not sure why and it has faded a bit but I still have certain phrases which … Continue reading
My lovely friends Mike and Emma became parents to the most perfect, little girl, Erin Mai, on August 16, 2011. In her hour- and just day-old photos I could see glimpses of both the parents in her tiny face. Two … Continue reading
I haven’t written in a little while and until I do I thought I would share on of my favourite photos. I love Mersina’s shocked look.
Tree of Life At Cinebabies, on Monday, we saw lots of newborn babies and some little ones at the front of the cinema sitting up on a blanket on the floor. Next time we will sit at the front as … Continue reading
Mersi’s dad took part in the Bristol Triathlon on Sunday, 3 July and we were out there supporting him through the 1.5km swim, 40km cycle ride and the 10km run. By the time we caught up with him, for the … Continue reading
As the opening strains of Miles Davis’ Flamenco Sketches filled the room at Moreish I said to myself, ah that John Coltrane, he’s amazing. A part of my brain did try to tell me that I was not listening to … Continue reading
I am often amazed that I have a child, such a perfect child, and wonder at the fact that she is four months old now and has just helped her dad celebrate his first Father’s Day. So how did we … Continue reading
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