We’re just back from our Easter break in Bournemouth, which was Eliza’s first trip out of London (she slept through the night twice – it must have been the sea air as she’s not repeated it since).
However, the week before saw a visit from my friend Nick – eagle-eyed readers of this blog may recognise him from such previous posts as this one – and here’s what we got up to, in photo format:
Top left: Nick and Eliza getting reacquainted in my flat (they’d met before when she was a tiny two weeks old, so she’d changed lots)
Top right: View of London and The Shard from the top of Gypsy Hill; we walked up the hill and around the shops, and randomly, the library – shhh
Bottom left: Eliza in her pram pod – we have the Bugaboo Bee + which is brilliant – along with her friend the owl pram toy
Bottom right: We went to the Sparrowhawk pub in the Crystal Palace triangle for lunch, where I had a beer for the first time since Alex and I went to Bruges on our pre-baby break. I’ve had a breastfeeding-appropriate amount of wine since giving birth, so not sure why it’s taken this long to have beer (although, giddy with the excitement, I had a half and drank about half of that)
PS – I’m loving maternity leave, isn’t it brilliant?