A little bit about me and my expanding family. I'm Katie, and I'm married to the lovely Peter. We've been together for almost 10 years now, he needs a medal! We've been married for seven and a half years. Peter works at a London airport, doing his dream job and I’m a health care professional working in a busy operating theatre. We have two children and one on the way.
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Our nano is home! I'm really amazed by the super fast delivery. I ordered the nano via the Mountain Buggy website at around 8:30am, and by midday I have an email with the track and trace number for the delivery. In less than half a working day, our order was ready and on our way!! And less than 24 hours later, our nano was delivered!! :)
My name is Shere, I'm married to Paul. We are the proud parents of Liam, our one year old son. Here are the important things you should know about us.
I'm Spanish, Paul is Dutch and we live in The Netherlands. We lived in Germany for almost six years, which is where we met, and we regularly go back to visit friends.
This title is the best possible summary I can give of our time in the neonatal intensive care unit or NICU - it is simply said, a place that changes lives forever.
I am glad to say that for us, it changed our lives for the better.
Birth is nothing like they depict in the movies and TV shows, as much as that sounds obvious and something we all know, it is worth reminding yourself in the last days and hours before your baby or babies arrive.
Please remember, this is my birth story - not Sarah's and also not one of those horrible stories you simply should not read before your birth. Birth for a father is a life changing experience and not just because you end up holding a bundle of joy and life long commitment :) This blog is a bit photo bare, this is due to me not wanting to share some of the moments that are special to just us. I hope you understand.
The last weeks and days leading up to the girls' birth were the most testing - this statement is no longer true but how was I to know the blur that would overcome us once they arrived!
A few weeks ago we went on a short family holiday with our friends to Taupo, New Zealand. As you all know, when you travel with kids, you tend to take A LOT of stuff with you. It seems to be that the smaller the child is, the bigger their bag!
This is not a typo - not this time. But the first time it was... or perhaps Apple had nailed the auto correction on the iPhone this time and had it right?
Rewinding a little here, we had signed up for our local (correctly spelt) antenatal classes. I know it seems that there is a recurring theme in my blogs of me having no idea of what I'm doing, and I'm sure I still don't, but I promise our twins will be quite safe - Sarah knows what she is doing.