On Thursday evening, I got home and there were a few ripe bananas lying in the fruit bowl which I knew wasn’t going to get eaten. I decided to make some banana bread. Continue reading
It turns out that I had nothing to worry about regarding Eli’s development as I mentioned in a previous post.
He has started rolling around and moving himself to get his toys and we have also been encouraging to sit and he can sit unsupported for short periods so we just have to keep a close eye on him when he is sitting.
I am sooo glad that we didn’t have to take him to a physiotherapist.
Well done Little Man!!! Mommy’s very proud of you!
Hannah is quite a funny little girl and she sometimes says the quirkiest things ever. I want to keep a record of it as my memory is not as good after two pregnancies, this will become a regular Monday post.
Last weekend while driving in the car Hannah was chatting away as usual and suddenly got all serious and this is how the story went: Continue reading
Buying a new house, having a baby, going on maternity leave, petrol price hikes, high food cost have really taken a toll on our budget. Let me just say that there has been some cutting back in the Pillay household when it comes to spending.
This Tuesday was Eli’s 6 month check up with the Pediatrician (I know its late but the she was on holiday and only got back this Monday).
We went to the appointment and I made a list of concerns that I wanted to chat to her about. One of the things on my list was the fact that Eli can turn from front to back but not the other way around and the other was that he cannot sit unaided and falls to his side.