Amazing. nothing else to say really.
Man... Yeah, the elipsis says it all... HAppy Easter to the three of you!
* Oooooh ! *
He/she looks like a wee fish.Lots of love to you all, it's very exciting.
Aaah, it's like a little wee bean!
A fish, a bean!? Nah, we reckon it looks like a mole, which is what we're calling it until it's born. Seems better than s/he or it.Thanks for all your comments (on and off the blog - get a blog Kev!), I've passed them on to Rebecca.
Great profile! Don't worry, they grow into their giant heads when they're about 20...well the English never really grow into their giant heads.Hmmm...what vibe do you have? Girl?
No idea, not asking.The big head thing could be cool, if it was green it'd be the Mekon.
I'm speechless. And very, very pleased for you. We haven't spoken enough lately, Paul. It's time we did! Your world is about to change in probably the most fantastic way possible. And you will both make fantastic parents.
Congratulations. We celebrated my son's first birthday a couple of weeks ago now. Happy times.
blimey, i go away for a couple of weeks and there's so much going on... comics and questions to answer and beards ebbing and flowing.oh yeah, and the baby, congrats to the happy parents to be!
Cheers guys. Welcome back Paul, wondered we're you'd gone after that film post!First birthday INJ? Seems so far away (hope you buy all his birthday presents from the Waterstone's in Nottingham seeing as I used to run the kid's section there!)I'm writing an email to you now Jason.
Well, as a matter of fact I do buy all my books from Waterstones in Nottingham. The Bridlesmith gate branch (top of the hill) is the only one open now, the Wheelergate branch closed last year.
Yeah, it was on the cards for a while, shame really, I quite liked the Wheeler Gate branch, I used to work at Bridlesmith Gate up until a year ago. Actually there's a couple of ex-Bridlesmith Gate-ers who've commented on this very post.
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