Sunday, March 29, 2009

More Isobel.....

Sorry we haven't posted any photos for a while, it's been difficult to take photo's lately let alone find time to blog! Anyhoo, here's a few more recent pictures of little Isobel.....

Look at the look on Seb's face as he charges towards Isobel with his police car! Poor little Isobel just has a look of panic! I think she might be trying to say " Mummy put the camera down and save me!"

And here's Seb trying to pick the flowers off her top.

She's still got very funky hair, check out the little top-knot!

She has these bright blue eyes, they perfectly match her car seat!

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Time flys....

The days are flying by, I can't believe that Isobel is already three weeks old! It's been a challenge adjusting to the demands of two kiddies especially since Neil's mummy left us all alone. It doesn't help that I can't even speak to my family who are all over in Kenya celebrating Dan's wedding. My mum always has a way of making me feel better when I'm feeling overwhelmed. I'm so sad I couldn't be with them all to see my big bro and MJ tie the knot :(

Anyhoo, here are a few pic's from the last few days......

Seb is totally addicted to his soother and whenever any other babies come over they have to guard them with their lives! Here's some snaps of the dum dum theif in action. Even the fact that Keaton was actually attached to his dummy didn't stop Seb from trying to pinch it!

Doesn't he look big these days! Our cheeky little boy. He's back to his old self now and spends his days running around the house causing chaos.

Isobel smiling!

Aww...kisses from Seb! He's so cute, he gives her kisses all the time now although once he did turn it into a bite and poor Isobel was left with some little tooth prints on her head.

We've had some very cold weather here in the last week (-40 or so) although thankfully it's warmed up today, here's Isobel all bundled up ready to go out. When it's ridiculously cold she gets another blanket over the whole car seat so that she's completely covered, we don't want to end up with a frost bitten baby. We've also had lots of snow lately. When we were out the other day I noticed that some of the snow mounds by peoples driveways were almost as tall as the houses (well the bungallows at least).

Isobel's little foot. So tiny.

And here's a few snaps of Issy with Mummy and Daddy.....

Thursday, March 05, 2009