Friday, 18 March 2011

It's Been Ages........................

Where has the time gone ?  It's been ages since I last posted anything, so what's been happening....... Well nothing major really, Master M and I have been trying to spend as much time as we can with Sophie, she is such a great baby, so good it's incredible. She is so much better now, poor little thing has been suffering from silent reflux since birth, she has had Cranial Osteopathy and is also on Gaviscon at the moment, but is much improved, she cries very little and sleeps well.  She is a happy and contented baby and brings much joy to us all.  Kelly and James are incredibly lucky.

The husband and Master M spent half term in Italy visiting my father in law and the rest of hubby's family, Master M loves being there, on the beach, visiting his cousins, aunts and uncles. 

The last couple of weekends we have managed to spend some time having some good friends over for dinner, first it was our friend Trevor and his family, he also happens to be the Vicar that baptised Marcus and who is going to baptise Sophie, does make for a very personal service, we consider ourselves extremely lucky to have this privilege.  Last weekend we entertained some friends we haven't seen for ages who actually live only a 10 minute drive from us! Good food, good wine and good friends, we are blessed.

How awful are the things that have happened in Japan! We can't even begin to imagine what these poor people must be going through, so much suffering and it's still not over, I'm sure our prayers are with them.

I wish you all peace and joy and a great weekend.

Until next time......................


  1. Nice to have you back with a blog post and was great to see you yesterday even if only briefly, thank you for the wine!!

    Have a great weekend,

    Victoria xxx

  2. Sounds like you've been a little busy...I'm sure Sophia is a handful...a happy handful. Oh to have a holiday in Italy..(sigh)..perhaps one day. Yes, the events in Japan are devastating and your's only the beginning of picking up the pieces...god bless them. Some of us here on the west coast are awaiting a plum of radiation....I think it's wine

    tootles and have a wonderful weekend,

  3. I cannot imagine what the Japanese are experiencing but we can only send them our heartfelt wishes....
    Lovely to hear from you..
    Warmest Wishes to you and yours!
    Callie x

  4. Lovely to hear from you. Sounds like life has been very busy and very happy too!
    Lisa x

  5. Thanks for the nice words about my post on my Nana. Nice to visit your blog. Excited for the Royal Wedding yet?