A photo a day, every day, for a year!
Little E was six months old today. I was trying to take a picture of her for my update post and she was too interested in the camera strap!
After putting it off for as long as possible it was time to move Little E into the cot in her own bedroom. I’m amazed at how long she has been in our room, because Darren moved Ethan into his room at eight weeks old. I’m sad this move happened but it all went very smoothly, so far!
Another big change for Little E today. The high chair was brought in from the garage and she now sits at the table with us whilst we eat dinner. I’m very happy about this change as I have been eating my dinner in the front room on my own for the past year. It started because I was too uncomfortable sitting at the table whilst pregnant and then I would sit with Little E in the front room when she was born. Now we are all at the dinner table as a family.
I didn’t fancy going to baby group this week as I got myself in a bit of a state about Little E’s milestones. We had enough tears this week that I didn’t feel the need to add more. Darren wasn’t working today so instead we walked into town and had a look around the shops. We also opened up a bank account for Little E to put her Christmas money in.
A non nursery day for Ethan so I decided to get Ethan’s Peppa Pig toys out so that we could work on small world play. He did really well and sat them around the table for dinner as well as walking them up the stairs and putting them into bed. Of course loading them in the car and tipping them out was much more fun!
We are having massive food battles with Ethan again. He is refusing to eat dinner and we are living on Muller Rice, Kinder Bars and Cakes! I made my first ever Spaghetti Bolognese from scratch in the hope he would eat. it. Ethan did put five spoonfuls in his mouth without a fight which is a massive improvement.
My aunt brought this strawberry baby grow for Little E when she was born. As the hat now fits, and before she grows out of the baby grow I thought it was time to capture the moment.