Currently…13th October


Currently… image from rukristin

Who Do You Think You Are?
The Great British Bake Off
Strictly Come Dancing
Doctor Who
Remember Sunday
Le Weekend

Lovely blog posts from our Let Your Blog Shine group and another little bloggers group I belong to.

Radio mainly. Also listening to Jaxon chatter away – it’s more burbling and cooing at the moment but it’s funny especially as it changes.

Getting there on one of the Christmas presents, I’m down to one of the last knitted bits and then I’ve got to sew it all together I’ve also started two crochet projects for the charity sale at church on the 1st November. I’m not sure if they will both get finished by then but hopefully they will.

Okay, well sort of today. Today I woke up and felt sort of blue, it could just be the weather because it’s raining really heavily and I wanted to go out for a walk today so I’m not calling the doctor yet but I’ll keep an eye on it in case.

I’m planning blog posts for November when it’s NaBloPoMo. I’m avoiding planning any ideas for NaNoWriMo otherwise I’ll want to join in with that although I really don’t have the time to do it this year!

Watching Jaxon learn new things. He’s getting used to tummy time now, and he’s getting better at holding his head – not quite up but it’s getting stronger.


    • Hannah says:

      It’s still crazy that Jaxon is already three months old – where did that time go? I guess a chunk of that was the school holidays and I spent 2 or 3 weeks with someone with me pretty much every day following my C Section but even then before we know it, it’ll be Christmas and he’ll be almost six months old.

    • Hannah says:

      Jaxon turned 3 months on the 9th. Just this evening he’s started to lift his head. He was on my lap leaning against me and started to pull his head up off me so he had a better view of daddy.

    • Hannah says:

      Oh I love Doctor Who! I’ve been watching properly since Christopher Eccleston took over but have watched some of the earlier episodes and am working my way through the William Hartnell episodes. I’ve been to Cardiff Bay where a lot of Torchwood/Dr Who bits were filmed and London is like an hour on the train so can go to a lot of the filming sites there too.

  1. Janet says:

    Awww isn’t it fun listening to baby babble? My girl is 13 months and is finally starting to chatter a lot. I love watching her pretend to read books to herself. 3 months is a good age thought, mostly because it’s before they can move anywhere. After that happens, say goodbye to being productive at home! Haha.

    • Hannah says:

      He babbles but sometimes he babbles in just the right place so it seems like we’re having a conversation! I was singing along to Glee while on the computer and when I turned round to check on him he’d got a massive grin. When I stopped singing he stopped smiling so I started again and he smiled. (Now he’s crashed out napping on the floor)

    • Hannah says:

      My Mum had the other extreme with me, apparently I started talking but then wouldn’t really talk, then my brother arrived (he’s 27 months younger than me) and I wouldn’t stop talking!

    • Hannah says:

      Indeed it is. I don’t always see some of the changes because I’m with him every day but then people at church will point out things and I’ll notice them because they seem him on a weekly basis.

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