Wilson Meets Maeve

posted bystav
January 11th, 2010

And the books are pretty good too!

And the books are pretty good too!

It was a nervouce moment. We”d spent a few months trying to explain to Wilson that he was goign to recieve a baby sister. Being only 19 moths old, it was hard to know whether or not he understood.

Our nervousnesses changed to relief with his first meeting of Maeve, his baby sister. The first thing he wanted to do (after pressing the buttons that made the hospital bed go up and down) was give her a kiss.

This button does what?

This button does what?

It's a girl

It's a girl

If he kept his head still it wouldn't be blurred

If he kept his head still it wouldn't be so blurred

TK's introduction strategy - Maeve bought Wilson some books

TK's introduction strategy - Maeve bought Wilson some books.


More Masterchef

posted bystav
November 26th, 2009

This time it’s cookies.

Eating Ice Cream is not safe for toddlers

posted bystav
November 26th, 2009


That’s why you always need to wear a helmet!

Of all the toys Wilson has…….

posted bystav
November 26th, 2009


Riding on the vacuum cleaner is one of his favorite indoor activities at the moment. It’s just as well we dont own an upright!

Wertheimer 1 - Dyson 0

I HAVE SNOT!

posted bystav
November 26th, 2009


And unless you clean it for me I’ll stab you with this crayon!

Out and about - family style!

posted bystav
November 24th, 2009

TK and the captain

TK and the captain

Spring! The weather is fining up and it’s that time of year to catch up. These pics were from a BBQ at Mum and Dads while my Aunty was over from New Zealand recently.

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These pretzels are making me thirsty!

posted bystav
November 9th, 2009

Wilson is developing and comprehending essential communication skills at a rapid rate. Which is just as well, because you can easily dehydrate in the warm weather we are having at the moment.

"Here ya go Dad - make sure you keep your fluids up!"

Thanks for the photo Gayle.

Masterchef

posted bystav
November 1st, 2009

I’d like to think that Wilson is showing a bit of talent in the Kitchen. As TK and I are both from a food and hospitality background, we’re not sure it’s a good thing. But he loves nothing more than getting up on a step ladder and having a crack.