Saturday, 30 June 2012

Calleigh Bear





She makes such a good bear

Wednesday, 27 June 2012

She Drives Me Crazy Woah Oh Oh

Kind of a misleading title there but it links in pretty well with this post.

It goes without saying that babies learn new things very often and very fast. In Calleigh's case she has mastered crawling backwards, pulling herself up, hiding from mummy and attempting to perform leaps of faith off the sofa (much to my displeasure). Unfortunately crawling forwards is still a battle that is yet to be won.
So this weekend it was a shock to find out that Calleigh has mastered the art of driving. I never thought my little princess would drive before she could crawl.



Shouting at Auntie Lana to get out of the way

video


I can't believe how much it actually looks like she's driving, she even tries to beep the horn.

Saturday, 23 June 2012

Calleigh's Outfit of the Week 2





White polo-neck- Next
Jeans- Baby Gap
Socks- Disney Store

Friday, 22 June 2012

Calleigh's Best Moment's From June

A couple of weeks ago Daddy and I took Calleigh to the seaside again. She loves being down there so much that I'm taking her down again today with my mum and sister.
The weather was brilliant and we managed to take Calleigh on the beach whilst she was awake!! All previous times she has slept through the beach and the amusements, so it was awesome to see her have her first encounter with sand and sea.




"What's Daddy doing?"

Trying to win Mummy some money


It was nice to see the sun come back this week. So i made sure i took the opportunity to take Calleigh to the park. I took a walk down with Steve after he had come round to kindly mow the lawn (By that i mean after I had asked him to mow the lawn).
She slept on the way down and then woke up ready to tackle the swing. Although the roundabout she was still unsure of.


 



Saturday, 16 June 2012

Wednesday, 13 June 2012

A Guide To Etiqutte At The Dinner Table

As Calleigh is now over 6 months old (where has the time gone!!) I've stepped up her weaning routine a notch as there is a much wider variety now available to tickle her little taste buds. And as fun as it is introducing all these new foods it can get very messy, no, it DOES get very messy.

Having invested in a little seat with a tray, it has become much easier to feed her than on my knee. Although she has picked up some habits.


Here for you all is Calleigh's guide to etiquette at the table.


  1. Once placed in the seat, bang on the tray until food is placed in front of you. This way you ensure food is delivered in the quickest time possible.
  2. With the first spoonful always, always pretend you don't like it. This may just fool them into giving up.
  3. If that doesn't work and no bottle is produced make sure you test the food fully by smearing it all over your face. Your mouth is the last place you want the food to go at this stage.
  4. Once you have tested, give some to mummy to taste. To do this take the food in your mouth and attempt to blow a raspberry.
  5. Now you are satisfied that there is nothing wrong with the food play along and eat, eat, eat.
  6. Half way through, quickly grab the spoon out of mummy's hand and empty the contents onto the tray. This way you can smush your hand into and smear it all over the place.