Alpacas are bigger than frogs. And you've got some very good pictures in there. I see Lex hasn't lost his love for the camera.
He's a photogenic little bugger.
Even perky, who's normally immune (mostly) to kidlets, looked at the last pic and went, "Such big eyes!".
The photo on the sheepskin is awesome and amazing! And I love MaybeZoe's expression in the photo where Lex is holding her on his lap. She just doesn't look like she's impressed somehow. :-)
I thought she was thinking "Just wait until I'm older, boyo, and we'll find out who's boss."
The expression on MaybeZoe's face is, 'I'm peeing on this rug... Now!'
Is that a hammock type bed? How do you find it? Is it portable or does it have to stay in the same spot?
It is an Amby Baby hammock. Shaz did lots of research and found that these had the best rep. She contacted the maker over the couple of incidents that had happened - all were in the US, all were times when the people using them had done the wrong thing i.e. placing it in a laundry, putting it together with incomplete parts, etc. There's been no issues in any other country.
I gave you all that preamble, because we love it, and would happily recommend it. It is portable, comes with a carry bag, and isn't too bad to put together once you've done it a couple of times. It weighs a bit, but not more than most portable cots.
We thought MaybeZoe's early nights and solid sleeping were down to her being an easier bub, but while she is an easier bub, Shaz found that a few nights without the hammock meant that bub didn't get to sleep until much later.
One of the joys of the Amby Baby is that you can put the bub in there, rock and bounce her as much as she needs without having to hold her weight, and when she drops off to sleep, she's already in bed and doesn't have to be moved.
Sharon sits on the bed, rocking and bouncing her with one hand, and surfing the net on the laptop with the other :)
your kids are cute and all - but OMG THERE ARE LLAMAS!
(or whichever large awesome creature they are)
Alpacas. Similar, but not quite the same.
yay photos!!! omg the kids are just adorabubble!!
Thank you so much for posting these :D
*love to all*
*in her best David Attenborough voice*
"Ah! And here we have the rare Lex variety of reindeer. See the bright red and slightly foam-esque nose, a sure identifier of the species."
gorgeous photos of the kidlets, Danny! Lex is getting all curly like his Dad!
Cute kids. Hope you're feeling better soon.
2010-11-27 12:36 am (UTC)
your kids are wonderful, very cute. I'm sory about your mum.
I just spent all day with dad yesterday. I'm tried doctors never they can do, just let nature take its course- Dad might have few days or week or months or few years because of his strong organs-Just wish it end for him.
look after your self, just watch your kids grow into great people.
Great photos and reminds me I should put up more of Jadzia