Friday, October 26, 2007


DUMMY, Did you know that here in Canada these things are not called dummies, they are called pacifiers, or soothers.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Sebastian has settled in really well and is enjoying life. Nights are a blast for him and he likes to boogy when the sun goes down. Kids eh? HAHAH
Seb on his changing mat having a conversation with me. Its about time I told him about the birds and the bees I think.

Sophie bonding with little Seb. So cute.

Below is Calender pose for OCTOBER, Oh yeah work it......

First Walk in the big wide world. Well Beaumont actually, he told me that he likes the way houses are built in the neighbourhood and enjoys the local wildlife of giant bunnies and geese, wasnt too keen on the local talent though. He was looking for some girls his age.......3 days old.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Little Seb is settling in.

Poor old Doogie is wondering what the hell happened. He keeps bringing me his stuffed toys and pairs of socks and dropping them at my lap. He is so worried that little Seb has taken his spot in the family. Doogy is still the top dog!

Poor old doogs. Its OK buddy we still love you.
Sophie and little Seb managed to take a nap together before lunch. Seb kept us awake all night, I swear he is nocturnal. I guess I will have to change as well.


All the flowers Sophie received from Mandy and Kelly, Audrey and the team at Homes by Avi, Sarah and Nigel, Malcolm from work and a crappy bunch from me which I got from a convenience store. All I could manage as I was with her most of the time! Thought that counts though, right?

Sunday, October 21, 2007

So Sophie was in labor for 13 hours and finally little Sebastian arrived.
He was born on the
20th October 2007 at 1623hrs. Weighed 8.8lbs.

Wleft the hospital the day after on the 21st October at about 12 Noon.

Sophie and liitle Seb just before we left the hospital. Sophie did so well and she looks great considering what she just went through!


Little Seb when we arrived home. I think he settled in well!


Sunday, October 14, 2007

That time of year again......

The leaves have already mostly fallen to the ground and the geese are flying south. It's a little bit chilly now and then and pumpkins are appearing on front porches all over the place.

We had thanksgiving dinner at the Headleys, roast turkey and all the trimmings followed by pumpkin pie. Most of the hard work was down to Nigel's Mum (thanks Linda!) It was absolutely delicious, although it doesn't look like Nigel was too impressed!

In other news, we are still impatiently waiting for Baby Ralston to arrive. Hopefully he'll make an appearance sometime soon. My tummy is starting to seriously interfere with everyday tasks such as getting off the sofa and wearing shoes. It could snow at any moment and I'd still have to walk around in flip flops just because it's impossible to reach my own feet!
It really has become quite frustrating mostly because the doctor has been hinting at inducing me early for the last three weeks! Well I'm nearly at 39 weeks now and at the last visit the Doc said that as I'm starting to dilate my waters could break at any time. I've spent the last few days bouncing up and down on my pilates ball in an attempt to help things along. My Mum arrives on Friday and I'm still hopeful they'll be three of us greeting her at the airport......we'll keep you posted!