Twenty Little Weeks

by | Sep 5, 2012 | Little Daughter, Little Lady, Little Weeks | 1 comment

20 weeks

20 weeks 2

Twenty Little Weeks

 

I can't lie; having a daughter is AWESOME.

Oh, it's awesome.

It's pretty and pink and awesome, awesome, awesome.

 

After dropping the ball recently, I am happy to say that I have stepped up my game and am making sure Harlow has tummy time every day. And I think she is right on the verge of rolling.

A lovely chiro friend offered to take a look at her hips and she confirmed they looked fine, that our little girl seemed to be developing in all the ways she should be, but that maybe the back of her head was a teensy bit flat. Even more reason to get that tummy time in as much as possible.

The boys never had the flat head thing. Weird. I'm pretty sure I was hopeless at giving them tummy time, too.  

Anyway, of all the things she blames me for when she's a teenager, I'm working on making sure a flat head isn't one of them.

Yesterday was so exquisite here in Melbourne so we took Harlow out in the back yard, and she sat in the shade of the camellia bush and watched the world go by. I think she liked the change of scenery.

 

In six more weeks, Harlow will have been on earth for half a year. 

I am losing my mind at time and its relentlessness.

Oh, but I have a daughter. An awesome, awesome, awesome daughter.

I can't wait to spend summer with my little family. 

 

 

 

Hello friends

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I’m Angie!  I mum. I write. I wife. My husband would say this is the correct order.  He’s so neeeedy. I live with my family in Melbourne, Australia, where I complain about the weather for 90% of the year – but I can’t imagine living anywhere else. Except maybe in Lake Como, waving to my neighbours George and Amal each morning.

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1 Comment

  1. Greta

    HOW PRECIOUS. That last picture is just gorgeous.

    At least a couple of my kids had flat head for a while, too. I don’t remember which ones…

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