Brown

March has been such a crazy month, I’ve left this well and truly to the last minute (technically these were taken on April 1st, but seeing as it’s still March for most of the rest of the world I’m filing them under March!)

And in baby news, we had another growth/bio physical scan this morning and Sprockie is looking just fine. A little bit small for dates which means that the GD risk of a big baby is not a worry. And K was very pleased to be told the head is small too!

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About Tui

30-something kiwi-lesbian-stay at home-Mama, raising our toddler son with my wife, two cats and one dog.
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7 Responses to Brown

  1. wow, really impressive showing for whipping these out at the last minute!! i love the last two…very cool shots.

  2. strawberry says:

    Hope little Sprockie slips right out! πŸ˜‰

    Nice pictures. Your dog is so cool-looking. And I love his toy teddy lol.

  3. Jen says:

    I agree nice pictures and so glad to hear Sprockie has a small head!

  4. Olive says:

    My favorite is the lock. Great last minute job!

  5. Olive says:

    I didn’t mean great job *considering* it was the last minute. Great job in general! Especially great because it was the last minute! πŸ™‚

  6. Pomegranate says:

    Your last-minute shots are so much better than mine. They’re really great. My favorite is the rusty lock. Your brown kitty does look like ours, though.

    Will be eagerly anticipating a Sprocket-arrival post in the upcoming days!

  7. Geek says:

    I can’t believe you’re almost here. Good luck

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