Something a little different for you all. As you read this we will be getting ready/ travelling to Bristol for our sons 3rd surgery – a cystoscopy to make sure the valve in his urethra has not grown back. He has recently turned 7 months old. So to let you all in a little more into Clayne’s life, I wanted to share some of the books he really enjoys to look at and listen to.
Room on the broom
The snail and the whale
Old MacDonald heard a parp
For more about my son and his surgeries/Journey, I have included a tab in the menu section. His condition is called Posterior Urethral Valve (PUV). I do intend to write a post including everything about Wednesday as an update.
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Hello my lovelies, a different bookshelf today…. my son is 3 months old and we have started introducing books to him. He loves colourful and is really starting to take interest. I have even added two books that were mine when I was young.
His room is quite small so we opted for some bookshelf ledges from Homebase. This is only a small collection I plan to add so many more. His first two shelves include :
A world of Winnie the pooh ( this was mine from when I was little, lots of stories and a well loved book).
Double book pack Room on the Broom and a snail on the whale, which is on the reverse (baby shower gift).
The tale of Benjamin bunny (received this on my baby shower).
Tyrannosaurus drip ( from our stay in Bristol hospital a charity called cots for tots gave every child in the NICU a book. This was Clayne’s and he loves it).
Beatrix potter ( collection of stories, again this was mine from childhood).
Old Mac Donald heard a parp. ( got this as a baby shower gift did not realise I had to make noises in the story haha, was a laugh between me and Craig).
Shiver me timbers.
The other two little books I received from my health visitor as a way to encourage all children to be read to by their parents.
Whilst browsing around I came across a great post idea by Kathy@Books and Munches. Her Top Ten Tuesday for Autumn, she included her Blog goals up until the end of December, Bucket list and a list of books to read by the end of the year. Thought I would jump on the idea.
Now this is a huge challenge for me. I am still reading Torment which is taking me a while. But I really want to read these 8 books before the end of the year.
What are some things you want to do this Autumn / Fall? Or Spring?
Reading goals, other goals, bucket list?
Tell me all about it; maybe I’ll even add to my own!
What’s your favourite thing to eat / drink that has pumpkin in it?