Just A Minute...

...in August (oops, I never do these things on time).

Increasingly difficult to find the time to write in this little baby book! #babyjagoe
I added some pages to Theo's baby book.

Milton Hall gets yarn bombed #launceston
I noticed that Milton Hall had been yarn bombed (ready for the Junction Festival).

A very serious #babyjagoe in a rabbit suit.
#babyjagoe thinks too much
I spent a lot of time with this grumpy guy.

I love it when he looks more like a little boy than a baby #babyjagoe
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It's a pleasure to be this guy's mum these days #babyjagoe
Lots of the time he wasn't grumpy though (those smiles make my life).

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He really seems to like being on his feet and is pretty steady!

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And he really enjoys being carried about.

One of my favourite #launceston buildings. Oats & Oatmeal.
We spent a lot of time wandering around Launceston, enjoying the warmer weather and admiring the old buildings.

The best chai in Launceston
We ate out a lot (and I drank lots of Garden of Vegan chai).

Watching | The Killing (obsessed!).
Eating | Homemade tacos (with spicy veggie mince).
Listening | Peter, Bjorn & John (so fun and upbeat) and Paul Kelly (he was so great in concert).
Visiting | Hobart & Melbourne.
Purchasing | A new phone, tablet and camera (just waiting for them to arrive, rather excited, I've been saving for ages!).
Looking forward to | visitors and travel (can't wait to see my sister again).
In September I'd like to | get out and enjoy the sunshine and blog more often.

This week will mark the start of Spring and that Theo is three months old. It is amazing to me that he was been with us for one whole season. It was the most difficult season and I wish I could go back to the start and tell myself that I could do it (self doubt was a huge problem for me), that I'd learn a whole lot and that there would be some really special, beautiful moments amongst all of the sleep deprivation. Winter was so cold and there was so little sunshine or warmth and that made things harder. I've always loved Winter but I'd never choose to have a tiny baby in Winter again (memories of birth are vague and distant enough away that I am actually starting to consider when we might have another baby - not in the near future though of course). I am so happy that Spring is here and I can't wait to let my little baby wriggle around on a picnic rug in the sunshine.