Friday, 3 June 2016

REMINISCING OUR BABIES 'FIRSTS'

Our babies surprise us in many ways, whether it's their fear of clapping their hands for the first time or the excited adrenaline rush they have when it comes to getting on a roller coaster at the theme park.
Majority of the time, these 'first' moments tends to stick in our head. But if you've a brain like me then a number of the milestone moments I remember or else I get mistaken between my children haha!

It was only yesterday I published a post on my blog, I wrote about last night we gave Imogen a toddler pillow and quilt, post can be read here. May I just say, that she didn't last long with the quilt as I panicked during the night when she woke up crying as she had shuffled down under her quilt. So that was the end of her toddler quilt, for a weeks anyway!

This photo was taken on Monday, their 'first' time together on a swing. I love how they're all looking in different directions.

The 'first' time she started to push herself backwards to get about (looks dangerous).


Imogen acting like she knows exactly what she needs to do, the first time she sat in her trike, 10 months old.

The 'first' time Imogen was on Irish soil, we went over to Ireland in February to see some family. This was takem on our last night, having our goodbye meal at a local restaurant. 
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This post is an entry for BritMums #PetitisFilousFirsts Linky Challenge, sponsored by Petits Filous.


2 comments:

  1. Lovely to hear about special firsts. Commenting for myself and on behalf of BritMums and thanking you for taking part.

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    1. Thanks very much for the comment and it was a pleasure, I enjoyed looking back on the baby photos.

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