Toilet training is on my mind (for a girl, though, so this doesn’t really help…) Wee Target zeros-in on toilet training “Inventor Joanna Haymes, a mother of three boys, took the latter idea further and developed the “Wee Target”. Inspired by heat sensitive ink on a packet of batteries and driven to help her boys
Maddie’s started singing on her own, and gave us a little recital of Ba Ba Black Sheep last week. There’s a bit of annoying mechanical noise from the video camera. Not sure why. Hopefully it doesn’t ruin the experience too much 🙂
It’s been quite a while since we’ve posted a video of Madeline. I think the last time she was just walking. So really quite a while. It’s not that we haven’t been taking video. I just found nearly three Gb of videos sitting on our camera. Anyway, Madeline is enjoying counting. Really enjoying it. It
As Shannon mentioned, we did the 26 mile London Bikeathon at the weekend. I went a bit stupid with mapping our route. Not sure that it tells you much because the outbound and return routes overlap so closely, but the ride is a really great way of seeing the city, particularly on a Sunday morning
Bubbles by rbanks. I’m attending CHI (a conference on Computer Human Interaction) in San Jose at the moment and missing my family a lot. Talking to Shannon is second best to seeing her, and I can hear Maddie giggling and saying ‘da-da’ down the phone. Looking forward to flying back.
Easter Eggs by rbanks. I guess we’re only a day late, if Sunday is the tradional day for making, hiding and finding eggs. Anyway, we made these today. I decided to blow my three. It took me an hour to blow one, during which I nearly passed out. The other two of mine are therefore
Finally cycling by rbanks. After the biggest pain getting hold of a bike seat that would fit a 16 month old, we finally hit the towpath today, cycling from home up to Penton Hook Lock and back again. A decent amount of distance for a first try, Maddie was totally into it (especially with all