The door was shut and I was so confused. There are not that many places for her to hide in the room…
We do play a lot of ‘peekaboo’ with it.
I just need to try and take a photo with it now when it’s not in use (or Tiag’s parents are not there) as otherwise I will feel quite awkward.
Tiago’s Mum said she was doing it in the living room, then we saw her doing it outside. She usually falls down after 1 or 2 rotations.
Mainly the photos/paintings on the wall. The photo of T on the wall, and the paintings by Tiago’s Grandmother which are of many things but she likes the ones of flowers the most.
The whole ‘point to the ceiling, point to the floor, point to the window, point to the door’ saga. She points to none of them.
I really don’t get how cousins work after first cousins, but his Mum is Tiago’s first cousin and I think they are second cousins?
They were both eating a lot of fruit, and playing with a set of keys.
Some say talking, some say yelling.
They were fixing ‘curraletas’, which are the traditional way of growing grapes in the area.
They had been there one day the week before. It’s not a road where many people walk down and they would have been hidden. Luckily the weather was okay and they had got there early in the morning.
I really hope they are okay. I am guessing this kind of thing happens more than we like to, but it may be how we end up with pets in the future…
We had been out 3 nights in a row. I was relieved to stay at home last night. We’d like to have a date night – just T and I – but it may not happen before we leave now. We have two nights left…
Last night she went to bed at 8pm after having dinner at 6.30pm and she woke up when we woke her up at 7am, so that was good. The other nights she had been going to bed 2/3 hours past her bedtime, so it’s good to know she can do it without staying up late late. We’ll have to see if this routine works in the UK.
He knew it was me, but at some point he thought I was B, and when he realised I wasn’t he panicked.
Sleepily panicking in the dark.
I must have been dreaming and then woke up. I was just sat patiently waiting for them.
It’s so weird. She’s sleeping less than half a metre from Tiago and we’re getting worked up a lot – as we can’t find her or whatever after waking up.
They don’t have many animals, but in my dream they did. They weren’t people I knew from ‘real life’ either – I think they were just based on people I knew or something.
There was more to the dream, which I have already forgotten. We have a lot of empty yoghurt tubs at home…
T started to message around about where I could go for a scan.
I know my body is stretching a lot, but it felt more intense than normal.
Sometimes I forget to drink. We went out for a quick breakfast (just a cheese sandwich), so I drank water instead of my favourite chocolate milk.
From reading what my pains could be I thought that I’d had been having round ligament pain earlier in the day. This seemed to fit the description more… I need to start getting up slower.
We will go out in a minute, while T’s Mum can watch B.
Well it is getting passed about somehow.
More our base than routine – all of B’s stuff and having a bit more of our own space. B has been practicing her climbing a lot, so I think she will enjoy using her climbing frame a lot again.
Usually one of us watches B in the kitchen and the other one sits in the living room. It’ll be nice if we can just sit together.
My shoulders ache. My hips ache. The bed is super creaky, so I have to try to be quiet when I turn over as to not wake B.
I’m probably not even half way yet, and I’m feeling it.
When we get home I need to exercise/stretch more. I feel like I’ve lost some of my fitness for sure.
I am finding being pregnant weird this time too. It hasn’t really been that long since I was pregnant with B, but it does feel like a lifetime ago.
I haven’t had many opportunities to stick my elbows out this pregnancy, but I did do it when I went to London for a weekend at times.
I haven’t taken that many bump photos this time, though I am working on fixing it, but I guess this time the project photos are half about pregnancy and half about being a mother to B.
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