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This Week // 09-07-17 // Broad Beans, Vaccinations & Baby Massage

What have you been doing this week?
I am intending to do a little write up each Sunday of the week gone by.  Weeks seem to pass in a blur and I'm finding myself not fully appreciating things that happen, so doing a little weekly summary is a nice way for me to just gather my thoughts and reflect on the last seven days.


As you can see, Sebastian is still thoroughly enjoying the face filters over on Instagram (come say hi!)  He is often finding my phone and thrusting it at me, demanding "dog" and "rabbit."  When he pulls funny faces like above, how can I not oblige?! We then have to watch the videos we have taken.  Again and again.  And again. Much to Ezra's displeasure.


This weather gets me all about the salads.  I can't stand turning on the oven in this heat (and the hob is an effort too!)  We got some more broad beans in this week's Riverford delivery.  I bloody love broad beans.  They can be a bit of a faff but it's so worth it.  Whilst I can…

The Baby

At eight weeks old, I have to concede that Ezra isn't really a newborn any more.  He has unfurled and now greets us with gummy grins, coos, even the odd giggle.  His little scrunched up face has opened to reveal beautiful, big blue eyes that watch with intent as I move around the room, trying to keep up with me as I chase after his big brother.  His skin is no longer tinged yellow and instead is super peachy and softer than the Andrex Puppy.

Ezra has joined this family in his role as "the baby" and "little brother" seamlessly.  It's sometimes hard to remember what it was like just having Sebastian, it's nearly impossible to remember day-to-day life before either of them. I worried about Ezra not ever having the one-to-one time with me like Sebastian had.  I worried about Sebastian having to abruptly start sharing his mummy and daddy. Whilst all valid worries, things have worked out fine, just as deep down, I knew they would.

I still don't think I h…