Monday, 29 March 2010
So here is a photo of our new chair. It's very comfortable and once the baby is on the outside, I will look a lot more glamorous getting out of it. I was in the market for a new nursery/feeding chair as our old one is very uncomfortable, has no head support and creaks. So under the guise of finding a replacement chair, I found this. So easy to convince Steve that we really needed it - I just told him how I could imagine him sitting there, with his 'cans' on, listening to his favourite music. I really am terrible.
This lovely chair is not making it to the bedroom for night feeds as it is far to comfortable in the lounge room. Lucky for me, the lounge room is just down the hall from our bedroom. I can see some future battles over who gets to sit in it. But I know that a breastfeeding mother will always win out and given I fed Minnie for 2 1/2 years, I have a lot of very comfortable nights ahead. (The chair is a Fred Lowen designed Tessa 'T8).
(Photos courtesy of retro_luxe eBay store - I highly recommend this store)
Sunday, 21 March 2010
I am still here, with my growing tummy and my (some times) very large feet that now resemble some kind of marrow or squash. We have been away to Tasmania and back and have been busy getting some things ticked off the long list. Things moved and sorted and tidied and more plans made. And the weekends 'when were where 3' are fast disappearing...The photos here were taken while in Tasmania, where we enjoyed cool nights and mornings and warm sunny afternoons. It was such welcome relief from the humidity of Sydney. I was lucky enough to borrow my fathers lovely camera, and although I didn't do much with it, it was so nice to use.
theirs for 45 years. I still love it and although have my own house and my own growing family, I still cannot help but think of this rambling old house as 'home'.