6 weeks school holiday dad - Baby progress, friends and helping people out
The transformation in the past week or so, in sprog2 has been nothing short of amazing.
All those times we have encouraged hand clapping, standing, walking, dancing, talking, etc, which led to nothing happening and left us being looked at as if we were from another planet , finally showed its benefit!
In the past week, sprog2 can now stand, clap hands, walk whilst holding on to things, sit down on her own, etc.
We always knew it would come, but all at once within a week I did not expect.
The latest game she likes to play is called, lets take our own pants off!
A proper wriggler she is, but great fun. We can definately see the benefits of having a parent with her everyday, instead of palming her off to clubs and baby minding places, with their YTS staff.
As if to emphasise how valuable parents can be, I have linked a wonderful story here, about the mother who cuddled her baby back to lifeÂ maybe mother nature saw the love they showed towards their son and intervened?
I have some of the best friends in the world, ever. I don't have many of them, but they are the best.
People I have worked with, drank with, etc, in the past, in real life and via the internet, who have helped me no end of times. So when I got the chance to help one of those good friends yesterday, I jumped at the chance.
Some people question why I would do this for no financial reward, they say I am stupid.
I'm not interested in making money off the back of my friends, it's because they are my FRIENDS that I help them.
I know each and everyone of them would do exactly the same for me if I needed them to or asked for help, so when I get the chance to help them, I do not hesitate if I am able to do so.
J - you owe me a bacon butty hehe
AnotherÂ example of the knock on effects, of helping family and friends also came up yesterday.
In a small way, I had the chance to help someone else out. I of course checked I was okays to do it, then gave them the help they needed.
They were delighted and got everything sorted at their end.
Now comes the good bit. Partly because of my help, not only did they get sorted what they wanted to do, but they also found employment because of what they had got done - how cool is that!
I had yet another opportunity to help someone yesterday as well, although they chose not to take my offer of help, it gave them an extra option, so were thankful for it.
Yesterday was a great day... and sprog2 hit me in the eye with her bottle!
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