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November 24, 2009

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Kinga

I've loved reading these posts for the past 24 days and am looking forward to the last 6. I hope the delivery process of BB goes well, smoothly and quickly. I had a c-section with both of mine.

A, my first, loves routine just as much as I do. His younger sister, however, is a different kettle of fish entirely. But we're hoping to get her into some sort of a routine slowly. But, so far, she's very unpredictable. More so than her brother was at her age (12 weeks).

Liz

Love and am very inspired by your blog and creativity and cooking and stripes!

Best wishes with new baby from the Midwest.

Susan

That's a very "in the moment", very sweet story.

Victoria Johnson

Hope all is going well, having had 3 boys myself I really do feel for you. I have always had big babies and I think in the final week or two I was going stir crazy (and looking like a big double decker bus!!). Love the blog, stumbled across it by accident one day looking up all things Parisian!
I studied French at Uni and always imagined myself living in Paris, still hoping!
Anyway, du bon courage! Bisous de l'Angleterre!!!

The Bold Soul

I don't think it's crazy at all. Babies and young children THRIVE when they have a reliable routine they can count on. I see it with Georges' 8-yr-old; he likes the security of knowing he can count on certain things in his day. Even when he whines "Awwww!" when we say it's bath-time or bed-time (usually because he doesn't want to stop playing), he quickly gets into the routine of it and then goes on to the next thing in his day. Dependable routine is what helps young children feel safe and taken care of. It may not be so exciting but it sure makes Mom and Dad's life a bit easier, too!

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